Joel Greenblatt

Joel Greenblatt

Last Update: 2014-08-15

Number of Stocks: 980
Number of New Stocks: 201

Total Value: $7,990 Mil
Q/Q Turnover: 42%

Countries: USA
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Joel Greenblatt' s Profile & Performance

Profile

Known for the invention of Magic Formula Investing, and founder of the New York Securities Auction Corporation (NYSAC). Greenblatt is founder and managing partner of Gotham Asset Management, LLC. He is the author of two investment books, including Joel Greenblatt: The little Book that Beats the Market. He is also an Adjunct Professor with Columbia Business School.

Investing Philosophy

Greenblatt tries to find cheap and good companies. He looks for value with a catalyst, so nice things happen sooner. Greenblatt likes special situations, and thinks that they are simply different places to find cheap stocks. In his own hedge fund, Greenblatt uses the basic principals in the Magic Formula: Look for high ROC and high earnings yield. He tries to figure out what "normalized earnings" will be 3-4 years into the future. Greenblatt makes sure the stock is very cheap based on normalized earnings. He is very concentrated in investing, 5 to 8 securities can make up 80% of his portfolio. One position could be as high as 30%.

Total Holding History

Performance of U.S. Value 1000 Fund

YearReturn (%)S&P500 (%)Excess Gain (%)
201341.1931.559.6
201215.715.40.3
20112.072.08-0.0
3-Year Cumulative66.7 (18.6%/year)55 (15.7%/year)11.7 (2.9%/year)

Top Ranked Articles

Answers from Joel Greenblatt are Here!
(GuruFocus, June 30, 2009) Back in early June, when we became aware of Investment Guru, Joel Greenblatt became the strategist for the money management firm FormulaTrading.com, we reached out and requested an opportunity for our users to ask Joel questions. To our delight, the good professor (Joel is also an Adjunct Professor with Columbia University) agreed. Read more...
Magic Formula’s: Do As I Say, Not As I Do?
In my last articles, “Warren Buffett’s Magic Formula in 1965?” and “Benjamin Graham’s Lost Magic Formula in 1976?”, I explored the use of and/or public endorsement of investment formulas by value investors Benjamin Graham, Warren Buffett, Joel Greenblatt, and Mohnish Pabrai. Given such credible endorsements, I wondered three things: Read more...
GuruFocus Interview with Renowned Investor Joel Greenblatt
Joel Greenblatt is a renowned investor who invented Magic Formula Investing and founded the New York Securities Auction Corporation (NYSAC). He is the founder and Co-CIO of Gotham Capital, an investment partnership that achieved 40 percent annualized returns for the 20 years after its founding in 1985, and adjunct professor at Columbia Business School. Mr. Greenblatt has written three books on investing, including his most recent, "The Big Secret for the Small Investor." Read more...
Value Ideas Contest: Dolby Labs ($DLB) Priced for Zero Growth
Investment Thesis Read more...
Interview with Pat Dorsey
Pat Dorsey is the Vice Chairman and Director of Research & Strategy at the Sanibel Captiva Trust Company, an independent trust company serving high net worth clients, based in Sanibel, Florida. Before joining SanCap, Pat was Director of Equity Research at Morningstar for over ten years, where he was responsible for the overall direction of Morningstar’s equity research, as well as for communicating Morningstar’s ideas to the media and clients. He led the development of Morningstar’s economic moat ratings as well as the methodology behind Morningstar’s framework for competitive analysis. Pat is the author of two books––The Five Rules for Successful Stock Investing : Morningstar's Guide to Building Wealth and Winning in the Market and The Little Book That Builds Wealth: The Knockout Formula for Finding Great Investments[i]––and Read more...
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Paul Tudor Jones, John Buckingham and Jim Simons Long in Coach John Hussman,Joel Greenblatt,David Rolfe,Jeremy Gr - Paul Tudor Jones, John Buckingham And Jim Simons Long In Coach
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Rogers Communications: DDM Model Indicates a Long Position Joel Greenblatt,Mario Gabelli - Rogers Communications: DDM Model Indicates A Long Position
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No More a Simple Distributor
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Joel Greenblatt Shares His Stock Market Secrets To Success
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Reasons to Invest in AutoZone Joel Greenblatt - Reasons To Invest In AutoZone
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Hedge Fund Legend Joel Greenblatt - Writing A Bigger Book
Every year, when Joel Greenblatt (Trades, Portfolio) kicks off his value and special-situation investing class at Columbia Business School, he makes his students a guarantee. "If they are good at valuing businesses, the market will agree with them, typically within two or three years," says Greenblatt, who has been an adjunct professor since 1996. More...

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5-year lows: Thoratec Corp, Brady Corp, General Cable Corp, and UTi Worldwide Inc.
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Top Insider Sells Highlight: Dexcom Inc.
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New Magic Formula Stocks From Joel Greenblatt: CBI, DAL, GILD, MNST, ROST, LUV
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