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Zanshin Capital, an asset management firm founded in 2007, is headquartered in Tel Aviv and run by Gabriel Grego.
Gabriel started his career in the Israeli military as a Special Forces soldier. He has worked for over ten years in finance and investment banking, focusing on strategy and financial analysis.
He has studied intensively the investment approach of Warren Buffett and other well-known value investors both through personal research and in a specific course with Prof. Bruce Greenwald, widely known as a guru of value investing.
Gabriel's investment style is strictly based upon value investing as practiced by Mr. Warren Buffett. The approach consists of thorough bottom-up research and fundamental analysis. He invests globally, but prefers companies listed on U.S. exchanges. He has no limitations on size, but typically most of his holdings are blue chips or mid-caps. His portfolio turnover is very low (buy and hold strategy).
Gabriel purchased his first stock, Sony, when he was 14. But it was only in 2005 that he discovered the gem of value investing and its effectiveness. He was working as an analyst for a fund of hedge funds and interviewing potential candidates. He found out that most candidates lacked a diligent, scientific, and effective system. So he eventually developed it himself, starting from careful reading of Warren Buffett’s past letters to shareholders and including most literature that exists on the subject.
Outside of investing, he spent most of his spare time practicing karate and riding sport motorcycles. Both activities are similar to investing as they require great focus, courage, and the ability to operate objectively, impervious to emotions. Recently, he has also started dancing Argentinian Tango with his girlfriend, who is a professional dancer.
1. Performance of the portfolio manager's account is calculated by Covestor on a daily time-weighted basis, including cash, dividends and earnings distributions and broker commissions. Manager returns include trades and positions that fail Covestor's trading rules, as a result, actual client returns will differ. Covestor advisory fees are simulated and applied retro-actively to present the portfolio return "net-of-fees".
2. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. Periodic and since inception performance returns are calculated daily. Monthly vs. S&P 500 return and the corresponding spark chart is calculated to the most recent month end date.
3. The investment minimum is the minimum investment required to follow a particular portfolio. The minimum amount is determined by Covestor, based on the characteristics of the underlying portfolio. It should not be considered as specific investment advice for your investment situation.