The Canadian value investing fund Turtle Creek has significantly outperformed the market with an average return of 20% over a two-decade period. One dollar invested turned into seventy-five over the years. According to the Dalbar study, over 90% of all funds underperform their benchmark index over the long term. This makes the outstanding performance of Canadian value investing fund Turtle Creek, led by founder and CEO Andrew Brenton, all the more significant. Andrew discusses the basis of his value investing fund’s success in our interview with Jürgen Bruns. He also openly points out past mistakes from which we can also learn.
Andrew Brenton from Turtle Creek: “How to outperform the market with Value Investing”
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