- I had the opportunity to spend a whole week with a Japanese executive chef.
- Through his work and careful explanation, the chef shared insights on thriving in the food industry.
- The chef’s approach largely incorporated the concept of intrinsic value, a core concept used in value investing.
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- Japanese construction companies flood value-focused quantitative screens.
- Japanese construction doesn’t necessarily transfer well in other regions.
- My avoidance of Japanese construction is simply a decision heuristic, not a suggestion that everybody should avoid Japanese construction.
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- What would a bottom-up approach to intrinsic value look like?
- Maslow’s hierarchy of needs helps us develop a better understanding of value.
- What are some of the characteristics of value and how does it relate to investing?
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