Sham Gad is the managing partner of Gad Partners Fund, a value oriented investment partnership. While pursuing a deep value approach to investing, Gad Partners Fund differs from the traditional value investing school of thought in three critical ways: a) it sells when its target price is met; b) it pays attention to the economy and its trends; and c) it likes investing in growing companies at misunderstood prices. Unlike most investment funds, Gad charges zero asset management fees.Expand

Prior to founding Gad Partners Fund, Gad managed the Gad Investment Group, a private investment vehicle that delivered and annualized return of 22% vs. 4% for the S&P 500 from 2002 to 2005. Gad is also author of internationally acclaimed book, The Business of Value Investing: Six Essential Elements to Buying Companies Like Warren Buffett. He earned his BBA and MBA at the University of Georgia. Gad appreciates your feedback.Collapse

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