Stock Advisor Analyst Jason Moser pulls back the curtain on The Motley Fool's flagship stock-picking service.
Do these three things make ARM Holdings a good investment?
Richard Pzena, the founder and the Co-CIO of Pzena Investment Management, is currently managing nearly $20 billion in total assets. He focuses on businesses which have recently seen earnings below their normal levels, and are trading at low prices compared to their normalized earnings power. In addition, the business should have tangible downside protection and management should have a sound plan for improving the company’s earnings.
Richard Pzena is one of the most successful value investors, managing nearly $20 billion as of April 2013. In the past year, his Large Cap Focused Value fund's gross annualized performance was 18.9%. Recently, he initiated long positions in two large cap businesses, Wal-Mart Stores and Procter & Gamble . In the first quarter, he bought 8,193 shares of Wal-Mart worth nearly $640,000. He also purchased 10,290 shares of Procter & Gamble worth nearly $820,000. Let’s take a closer look whether or not we should follow Richard Pzena into those two large cap stocks.
Looking back in order to look forward.
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Do these three things make HSBC Holdings a poor investment?