Billionaire Mario Gabelli: Value Investing and Explanations Of His Favourite Investments

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An interview with billionaire investor and founder of GAMCO Investors, Mario Gabelli. In this interview, Mario discusses his approach to value investing and explains what his favourite investments are and why. Mario also talks about clients, BREXIT and interest rates. 📚 Books by Mario Gabelli are located at the bottom of the description❗

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Video Segments:
0:00 Introduction
0:43 What makes a great value investor?
2:58 Hard to make up the gap of 20%?
4:47 Time horizon?
6:10 Why do you like this company?
9:30 Other companies you like?
11:08 Those stocks go up slowly?
15:26 Why won’t anyone take them over?
16:35 Amazon?
18:15 Netflix?
19:50 CST?
21:48 Owning oil after a drop in price?
23:30 Companies are getting in trouble?
28:42 Opportunities in Great Britain after BREXIT?
29:40 Gold and silver?
30:20 How did you get in touch with finance?
31:43 VW?
33:14 How much of a mid size company would you buy?
35:18 Your not a activist investor?
36:09 Take on Viacom?
38:34 Banks?
39:09 Dealing with clients in a crisis?

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Interview Date: July 2016
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