Interview with Complete Growth Investor

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I did an interview with Complete Growth Investor (GCI) a month or so ago and it has now been released.

Complete Growth is a newsletter service but focuses on discussing their portfolio holding events, analysis and buy and sell reasons. You get a look at holdings of a real time money portfolio. The value portfolio is managed by Ragu Chandrasekaran and Jeff Annello, while the growth portfolio is run by Jason Fitnitch.

The names may be familiar to some, as both Ragu and Jeff used to run fantastic blogs before joining Complete Growth.

In the interview, you’ll get a glimpse of my background and investing strategy and philosophy. At 8 pages, the interview is quite long but I hope you find something useful.

Jae Jun Complete Growth CGI Interview

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6 responses to “Interview with Complete Growth Investor”

  1. Graham Jervis says:

    Nice interview Jae

  2. Jim says:

    Very good interview.

  3. Ranajit says:

    Jae, that was a great interview. Lots of good insights. Btw, I am curious, how did you come across GGP? Was it from it’s bankruptcy filing or others sources?

    Btw, I picked up the book ‘Quality of Earnings’ after you recommended it here a while back, and I agree that it’s a very good book.

  4. Jae Jun says:

    @ Ranajit,

    Thanks. I came across GGP through Bill Ackman. If I remember, I go through his 13-F to see what he is holding and then just started reading up on the company since then. I’m no REIT expert but there were plenty of others who were able to answer questions.

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