#136: Cole Smead (Smead Capital) - Investing as a Negative Art, 30% Return on Equity & Why Energy Stocks Are Undervalued



Greetings & welcome back to the rose bros podcast.

This episode we are joined by Cole Smead - CEO of  Smead Capital Management - a registered investment advisor headquartered in Phoenix, AZ with offices in Jersey City, NJ and London, UK., with assets of approximately $5 billion under management.

Smead Capital Management, advises investors that fear stock market failure through a low-turnover, differentiated value discipline - seeking wonderful companies to build wealth in mutual funds, separate accounts and other investment vehicles.

Cole has been with Smead Capital since its founding in 2007, and prior to that - was a Financial Advisor with Wachovia Securities in Scottsdale, AZ.

Cole holds a CFA designation and also graduated with a B.A. Economics & History from Whitman College.

Among other things, we sat down and discussed investing as a negative art, good investing books, generating a 30% return on equity & why energy stocks are currently undervalued.


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  • Another great Podcast!

    Ken Wilder

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