General Thoughts

Some Comments on Saber Capital’s Investment Approach

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I did an interview that was published on Forbes’ website last week. For readers who have some spare time this week in between your Thanksgiving prep-work and travel plans, feel free to give it a read. In the interview, we talk about my general approach to investing, some thoughts on a few companies including one of my investments (Tencent Holdings), as well as some opinions on active vs. passive investing. I mention in the interview that my approach could be […]

Investment Philosophy

Saber Capital Investor Letter – 2017 Mid-year Update

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I recently wrote my mid-year investor letter to my clients at Saber Capital Management. I thought I’d share that letter with readers, since I posted it to my firm’s website. If you’re interested, you can view the letter here (it is also embedded below): Saber Capital Investor Letter – 2017 Mid-year Update If you’re interested in receiving future Saber Capital investor letters, you can get on Saber’s email distribution list using the form on the sidebar of our website: Saber […]

Investment Ideas & Company Research

One of the World’s Widest Moats

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A year ago today, I wrote a short post on a company called Tencent Holdings (TCEHY), a dominant internet company in China and its ubiquitous crown jewel of an app platform called WeChat. I began studying that company for a few months, and last fall I bought some shares for the first time, adding some more shares in December. The stock has risen this year, but still offers significant value in my opinion, and I plan to hold my shares […]

General Thoughts

Weekend Reading: WeChat’s Huge Moat in China

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This is just a quick post on some interesting articles I read over the weekend as I caught up on some newspaper reading. There were a couple recent pieces (one in the Economist and one in the NY Times) on WeChat, the Chinese messaging app that now boasts over 700 million users. WeChat is also generating a significant amount of revenue (unlike Facebook’s WhatsApp and Messenger apps that haven’t monetized their networks yet). WeChat is also estimated to be very profitable for its […]