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Punch Card Conference: “Value Over the Long Term”

Friday, December 7, 2018
9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Costantino Room
Fordham Law School, 150 West 62nd Street
New York, NY 10023
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Join us at this conference in New York City to support the project and its mission.

Our goal at Project Punch Card is to foster long-term investment orientation among students underrepresented in the investment research and management business.

Punch Card Conference:
“Value Over the Long-Term”
The Project Punch Card Conference is the inaugural event for Project Punch Card, a non-profit focused on long-term investment orientation. The conference will be all about the long term. You’ll hear from thought leaders in the value investing community about what it means to be long term-oriented.

What is long-term value investing?
How is it different from other investing?
Does it provide an edge?
Why should one choose long-term orientation?
How can students think long-term especially while investing?
How should investors handle large drawdowns? When is the stock price decline due to a long-term reduction in the business’s value and when is it temporary?
Greatest Hits Stories: Certain companies that were excellent long-term (20 years+) had several pitfalls and terrible stock return periods.
In the Best Ideas Presentations, you will hear from the successful investors on their current investment ideas.

Who is it for?

We expect a blend of portfolio managers, investment advisors, analysts, and allocators (i.e pension funds, endowments, insurance, FOF, etc). Ideally, we would like people from the target communities—women, people of color, or graduates of underprivileged colleges in the investment industry. Marketing and strategic partners such as CAIA Association may also be a material component of the audience composition.

What is included?

Breakfast, full sit-down lunch, coffee breaks, and networking opportunities.


This event is open to alumni, faculty/staff, students, and the public.