OMAHA, NEBRASKA | April 29, 2016
Chip Rewey, the Lead Portfolio Manager of the Third Avenue Value Fund and Third Avenue Small-Cap Value Fund. laid out three stock ideas that he said Warren Buffett should be interested in, while speaking at GuruFocus’ Value Conference in Omaha, Nebraska last week. The GuruFocus Value Conference, Omaha is an annual gathering of like-minded value investors that takes place at the Berkshire Hathaway Annual Meeting.
As a featured panelist at the Conference, Mr. Rewey presented the value-oriented investment theses on Comerica (NYSE:CMA), a bank headquartered in Texas; Visteon Corp. (NYSE:VC), automotive infotainment provider; and domestic tank barge operator Kirby Corp (NYSE:KEX).
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