Ken Fisher manages over $35 billion in assets through his value-oriented fund, Fisher Asset Management. The firm invests globally and across different market capitalization. For large cap stocks, the firm employs a top down approach, while for small cap value investing, it uses bottom up analysis. Last quarter, the firm significantly increased its stake in Mitsubishi Financial, Vishay Intertechnology, and Cisco.
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Ken Fisher’s asset management firm manages investments worth around $37 billion. Analyzing moves by an asset manager like him can provide investment opportunities in companies which are undervalued. According to the recent 13F filings for first-quarter 2013, Fisher Asset Management’s top three new buys are Coinstar (NASDAQ: CSTR), Vishay Intertechnology (NYSE: VSH) and Vale (NYSE: VALE). In this article I have analyzed these companies on fundamental grounds to more »
Despite the recent 27% run-up in price since the first trading week of this year, Vishay (NYSE: VSH) shares are still down almost 38% from their late-April 2011 high. As a leading manufacturer and supplier of discrete semiconductors and passive electronic components, VSH and close competitors have experienced most of the negative economic downturn effects to which the industry is prone. Average quarterly revenues during trough periods (Q4 2008 - Q3 more »