Cupps Capital Is Going Big In Chi-Town
Chuck Akre is one of the most outstanding and successful value investors in the world. In the past 20 years, he has managed to deliver an annualized return of 13.3%, beating the S&P 500’s annualized return of only 7.9%. In the first quarter 2013, he has initiated several new buys including NuStar Energy, L.P , America Movil SAB and MarkWest Energy Partner LP . Let’s take a closer look at those stocks to determine whether or not we should follow Chuck Akre into them.
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