Jeremy Grantham

Jeremy Grantham

Last Update: 02-13-2015

Number of Stocks: 442
Number of New Stocks: 59

Total Value: $37,148 Mil
Q/Q Turnover: 8%

Countries: USA
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Jeremy Grantham Watch

  • Red Hat Moves Higher After Beating Estimates

    In this article, let's take a look at Red Hat, Inc. (RHT), a $12.55 billion market cap company, which is a leading provider of Linux operating systems for enterprises, and related middleware and virtualization software offerings.


    Price Appreciation and Strong Results

      


  • Weekly Guru Bargains Highlights: ITUB, PBR.A, SSL, APA, NOV

    According to GuruFocus updates, these stocks have declined the most since Gurus have bought.


    Itau Unibanco Holding SA (ITUB): Down 21% Since Howard Marks (Trades, Portfolio) Bought In the Quarter Ended on 2014-12-31

      


  • Hedge Fund Guru Crispin Odey Says China Could Lead To Recession

    One of the world's leading hedge fund managers has warned that economies dependent on China for income, including Australia, are headed for recession, and central banks will not be able to able to come to the rescue because they have exhausted the arsenal of policy weapons.


    Crispin Odey, who is the founder of London-based Odey Asset Management, has taken a number of short positions on Australia since adopting a bearish view of China's growth outlook.

      


  • Betting on Emerging Markets Like Ray Dalio

    Ray Dalio (Trades, Portfolio)’s Bridgewater Associates is one of the largest investors in iShares MSCI Emerging Markets Indx (ETF) (EEM) as it reported holding 78.54 million shares, down by 2% on the quarter.


    Exchange Traded Fund (ETF)

      


  • Weekly Guru Bargains Highlights: VALE, EC, WPZ, PBR.A, STO

    According to GuruFocus updates, these stocks have declined the most since Gurus have bought.


    Vale SA (VALE): Down 38% Since Jeremy Grantham (Trades, Portfolio) Bought In the Quarter Ended on 2014-12-31

      


  • Weekly Guru Bargains Highlights: SSL, PBR, FCX, EC, APA

    According to GuruFocus updates, these stocks have declined the most since Gurus have bought.


    Sasol Ltd (SSL): Down 26% since Jeremy Grantham (Trades, Portfolio) bought in the quarter ended on 2014-12-31

      


  • Undervalued Stocks in Howard Marks' Portfolio

    Howard Marks (Trades, Portfolio) is the chairman of Oaktree Capital Management LP. Since the formation of Oaktree in 1995, Marks has been responsible for ensuring the firm's adherence to its core investment philosophy, communicating closely with clients concerning products and strategies, and managing the firm.


    Web Page:http://www.oaktreecapital.com/

      


  • Essex Property Raises Dividend By 10.8%

    In this article, let's take a look at Essex Property Trust Inc. (ESS), a $14.09 billion market cap company, which operates as a self-administered and self-managed real estate investment trust in the United States.


    Returning Value to Shareholders

      


  • BlackBerry Reported Significant Earnings per Share Improvement and New Opportunities

    In this article, let's take a look at BlackBerry Limited (BBRY), a $5.48 billion market cap company, that designs, manufactures, and markets wireless solutions worldwide.


    New Deal

      


  • George Soros and Dan Loeb Reduced Stake in YPF S.A.

    The Form 13-F is a quarterly report of equity holdings by filed institutional investment managers with at least $100 million in equity assets under management, as required by the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Section 13(f) securities generally include equity securities that trade on an exchange (including the Nasdaq National Market System), certain equity options and warrants, shares of closed-end investment companies and certain convertible debt securities. The shares of open-end investment companies (i.e., mutual funds) are not Section 13(f) securities.


    The filing revealed that at the end of last year, Soros Fund Management reduced its stake in YPF S.A. (YPF) by 12.57% (1,674,587 shares) and it now holds 11,650,176 ADRs; worth $301.7 million as of the end of the year.

      


  • George Soros and Dan Loeb Reduced Stake in YPF S.A.

    The Form 13-F is a quarterly report of equity holdings by filed institutional investment managers with at least $100 million in equity assets under management, as required by the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Section 13(f) securities generally include equity securities that trade on an exchange (including the Nasdaq National Market System), certain equity options and warrants, shares of closed-end investment companies, and certain convertible debt securities. The shares of open-end investment companies (i.e., mutual funds) are not Section 13(f) securities.


    The filing revealed that at the end of last year, Soros Fund Management reduced its stake in YPF S.A. (YPF) by 12.57% (1,674,587 shares) and it now holds 11,650,176 ADRs, worth $301.7 million as of the end of the year.

      


  • This Paint and Coatings Company Has 36 Consecutive Years of Dividend Increases

    In this article, let's take a look at The Sherwin-Williams Company (SHW), a $27.87 billion market cap company that is engaged in the development, manufacture, distribution and sale of paints, coatings and related products to professional, industrial, commercial and retail customers worldwide.


    Dividend hike

      


  • Danaher: Good Capital Appreciation at a Reasonable Price

    Two brothers went fishing on the Danaher River in Montana, and came back with a bold new vision for their real estate trust. And, the new vision had nothing to do with real estate. Instead, it called for, in the company’s words, “... a manufacturing company, dedicated to continuous improvement and customer satisfaction.”


    We don’t know if Steven and Mitchell Rales caught any fish on that trip in the early 1980s, but the vision certainly didn’t get away from them. They soon went on a buying streak and each new company brought into the fold was transformed using what they called the Danaher Business System. DBS, as it’s also called, combines Kaizen and Lean (the key to Toyota’s manufacturing success), to improve productivity and customer satisfaction. Today, the Danaher Corporation (DHR) is a $61 billion dollar company and a member of the Fortune 500

      


  • Mamas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Pension Managers – John Mauldin

    We do not have to look to Greece to find massively underfunded obligations. Here in the U.S. we can find hundreds of examples, willingly created by politicians and businessmen who proclaim they are working for the public good. We call them pension funds, but they’re just another form of unfunded debt. A sovereign bond is a promise to pay a certain amount of money over time. A defined-benefit pension fund is a promise to pay a certain amount of income over time. The value of either is determined by the ability of the government or the pension fund (or its sponsor) to pay.


    I am in the Cayman Islands as I write this letter, to speak at an alternative investment conference attended by the management of some of the largest pension funds in the U.S. and Europe, both public and private. Being here has motivated me to write this week’s letter on the problems that pension funds face. The pension fund managers I have talked with take their fiduciary obligations seriously, and they face some serious challenges.

      


  • Undervalued stocks in Leon Cooperman's Portfolio

    Leon Cooperman (Trades, Portfolio) is the founder and chairman of Omega Advisors, a hedge fund with approximately $6 billion under management. Mr. Cooperman was the CEO and Chairman of Goldman Sachs Asset Management and was 24 years old when he first entered the company. He worked at Goldman Sachs for 25 years. In 1991, he left Goldman and started Omega Advisors. He was a graduate of Columbia Business School. In 1991, Mr. Cooper founded Omega Advisors with $450 million in capital. He combines his macro view and fundamental valuation in his investing strategy. He does try to predict the market direction and pays close attention to valuations, too.


    According to Guru Focus Undervalued Stocks in Cooperman’s portfolio, the following are the four stocks with better margins of safety.

      


  • Literacy, Numeracy and Ecolacy – Filters Against Folly in Investing

    One of Charlie Munger (Trades, Portfolio)’s favorite writers, Garrett Hardin, wrote a book called "Filters Against Folly," in which he describes his approach to rational thinking. In three simple words, this approach can be summarized as literacy, numeracy and ecolacy.


    Literacy means what is being said. Numeracy means quantifying the problem. And ecolacy goes on an extra step to ask the questions so what and then what?

      


  • Investing Lessons of the Recent Oil Drop From Two Legendary Investors

    The recent price drop of oil has taken the spotlight of the media almost everyday. Plenty of experts have expressed their opinions on why they think it dropped so fast and what “should” happen in the future. Personally I found most of them uninspiring as what they said reflect upon almost what the public knows. However, there are two brilliant memos from two legendary investors, Howard Marks (Trades, Portfolio) and Jeremy Grantham (Trades, Portfolio), who offered far superior insights on what happened to oil price and where it is headed for the future. I’ve taken the time to organize my notes on these two articles in a way that illustrates a few important topics in investing. This is by no means an article on oil per se. What I wanted to share with the readers is process by which these two legendary investors go through in analyzing the situation. Also, as I have written about second level thinking and second-order consequences before, I consider Marks’ and Gratham’s memos the perfect examples of these concepts. The memos can be found on the following links:

    Howard Marks (Trades, Portfolio)’ memo:  


  • GMO Q4 2014 Letter Is Out

    GMO Fourth Quarter 2014 Letter Is Out. The firm was founded by the legendary Jeremy Granthm and his partners.


    Why Were We So Surprised?

      


  • Intercontinental Exchange After the NYSE Deal

    In this article, let's take a look at Intercontinental Exchange, Inc. (ICE), a $23.29 billion market cap company, which is a fully electronic marketplace that offers exchange-based and over-the-counter trading of energy and soft commodity products.


    Growth Drivers

      


  • Hibbett Sports: A Retailer with Strong Earnings Growth

    Traditional retail has few charms for investors these days, as online merchants keep nibbling away at the edges, and even the core in some cases.


    Yet, one small cap retailer consistently posts growing earnings and strong ROE numbers.

      


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