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Sean Stannard-Stockton was interviewed on CNBC.READ MORE
Sean Stannard-Stockton and Todd Wenning were interviewed by SumZero.READ MORE
Sean Stannard-Stockton was interviewed by Manual of Ideas (MOI) Global to discuss Sensata Technologies.READ MORE
Sean Stannard-Stockton was interviewed by CNBC.READ MORE
Sean Stannard-Stockton was interviewed by Emerging Manager Monthly.READ MORE
Sean Stannard-Stockton was quoted in Planet Microcap Podcast.READ MORE
Sean Stannard-Stockton was interviewed on CNBC International on Apple.READ MORE
Todd Wenning was interviewed by Stockopedia on moats, brands and killer businesses.READ MORE
Arif Karim was quoted in InvestorPlace on Netflix’s pricing power.READ MORE
Sean Stannard-Stockton was interviewed on CNBC on Facebook and Apple.READ MORE
Sean Stannard-Stockton was quoted in Barron’s on Sensata.READ MORE
Todd Wenning’s post on Digital Champions was published in Investors Chronicle.READ MORE
Arif Karim was quoted in The Wall Street Journal on Apple’s quarterly earnings call.READ MORE
Sean Stannard-Stockton was interviewed for The Wall Street Journal’s article on YouTube and Google.READ MORE
Arif Karim was quoted in the Wall Street Journal on the large amount of cash on Apple’s balance sheet.READ MORE
Sean Stannard-Stockton was interviewed for Mutual Fund Observer’s profile of the Ensemble Fund.READ MORE
Sean Stannard-Stockton was interviewed by The Manual of Ideas on intelligent investing, competitive advantage, and building a firm.READ MORE
Sean Stannard-Stockton was quoted in The Wall Street Journal’s article on Apple’s iPhone X.READ MORE
Sean Stannard-Stockton was interviewed for The Huffington Post’s article on the labor force.READ MORE
Sean Stannard-Stockton was quoted in The Wall Street Journal article on Apple’s valuation.READ MORE
Sean Stannard-Stockton was interviewed in Motley Fool and shared some of his views about investing.READ MORE
Sean Stannard-Stockton was quoted in the Wall Street Journal on the future of Apple.READ MORE
Sean Stannard-Stockton was interviewed in Value Investor Insight and shared some of his views about Sensata Technologies (ST).READ MORE
The Manual of Ideas conducted an exclusive interview with Sean Stannard-Stockton is on Buffett-Style Investing in a Mutual Fund and Separate Account ContextREAD MORE
Sean Stannard-Stockton is quoted on Ensemble Capital’s view on First Republic’s acquisition of Constellation Wealth Advisors LLC.READ MORE
In this book on smart investing, former president of Charles Schwab & Co Timothy McCarthy quotes our chief investment officer Sean Stannard-Stockton on the benefits of focusing an equity portfolio on 20-30 positions rather than owning the 100+ positions that is common in most mutual funds.READ MORE
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