WHAT WE DO

We advise investors that fear stock market failure through a low-turnover, differentiated value discipline seeking wonderful companies to build wealth.

All investors aspire to build wealth in the stock market. Our company understands how frustrating and illogical the stock market can be. We have been involved in stock markets for 40 years and had success despite these shortcomings.

Smead Value Fund

Mutual fund for US investors who would like to invest with Smead Capital Management.

Smead International Value Fund

Mutual fund for US investors who would like to invest with Smead Capital Management.

Smead US Value UCITS Fund

Mutual fund for non-US investors who would like to invest with Smead Capital Management.

OUR ADVICE

Our company advises with a discipline that has proven success over long periods of time.

Only Dave Cuts the Federal Budget

Back in 1993, a brilliant satirist by the name of Ivan Reitman produced a movie called “Dave.” It was the story of a life-threatening stroke besetting the President of the United States of America. His handlers, not wanting to shake up the country, hid his critical condition by making him a hospital bed below the White House. They then scoured the country looking for a doppelgänger to stand in for the President during his recovery. They found the owner of a temp agency in Boston, played by Kevin Kline, whose name was Dave. […]

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Buffett and Munger Mark the End of An Era

At the Berkshire Hathaway Annual Meeting we marked what we believe is the end of an era both for Berkshire and for the S&P 500 Index. In Berkshire’s case, it is the loss of Charlie Munger and the passing of the baton from Warren Buffett to his well-prepared team. In the case of the index, it is the rhymes surrounding the past major peaks in stock market euphoria and what Munger and Buffett have said publicly. […]

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1968-1969: Buffett and Price Agreed

We’ve recently been making the case that the current circumstances in the stock market are most like the late 1960s and 1970s. Euphoric enthusiasm for the most aggressive stocks and an economic/national security spending explosion are held in common. However, the most interesting thing about 1968-1969 was the agreement about the stock market future between the greatest growth investor at that time, T. Rowe Price, and the greatest value investor of all time, Warren Buffett. […]

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WHO WE HELP

Our investors are individuals, advisors, family offices and institutions globally who invest with the firm through its mutual funds, separate accounts and other investment vehicles.

US INVESTORS

Individual Investors

Financial Advisors, Family Offices,
and Institutional Investors

NON-US INVESTORS

Individual Investors

Financial Advisors, Family Offices,
and Institutional Investors

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