Norman Rothery’s model worth portfolio

Experts began with a hypothetical $50,000 portfolio on Sept. 13, 2012. They could each hold five to 12 Canadian or U.S. securities and trade as frequently or as little as they need. We are going to track their portfolios on a regular basis so that you can see how they are performing.

This is value investor model portfolio. Read about how he picked his investments in his .

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Business Ticker No. Of
American International Group * 131 $60.48 $34.44 $9,932.12 $4,368.17 127.37percent 2.12percent The company was in the middle of the 2008 collapse but it’s quietly turning around.
Bank of America 480 $23.89 $9.40 $14,375.28 $4,368.52 229.07percent 2.01percent Another close casualty of 2008, the lender has lived and is very cheap. It should do well when the economy gets going again.
Berkshire Hathaway * 51 $181.16 $88.56 $11,582.21 $4,372.93 164.86percent 0 percent Warren Buffett’s collection of high quality stocks. The company is trading a smidgin over where the master would purchase it.
Crimson Wine Group (sold 9/1/16) 19 $8.57 $0.00 $213.57 $0.00
Dell (sold 10/31/13) 424 $13.88 $10.63 $6,136.41 $4,363.79 40.62percent 2.31percent The company has stumbled on weakness in the PC market, but it is rewarding. It’s also moving aggressively into solutions.
Fairfax Financial * 12 C$649.08 C$366.59 $7,788.96 $4,399.08 77.06percent 1.91percent The Canadian version of Berkshire Hathaway is directed by Prem Watsa, a famed value investor.
General Motors 186 $36.54 $23.53 $8,520.02 $4,237.40 101.07percent 4.16percent The government is itching to sell its shares, but the company is very rewarding after restructuring
Leucadia National 192 $23.68 $22.90 $5,699.57 $4,256.98 33.89percent 1.69percent A well known investment conglomerate trading at a discount with a solid history of growing its book value.
Old Republic * 477 $19.09 $9.45 $11,415.19 $4,364.31 161.56percent 3.98percent Trading in a fraction of book value, stocks of the hard hit insurer are being snapped up by its own CEO.
Money $26,988.60 $19,632.61
Norman Rothery’s total $96,515.52 $50,000.00 93.03percent
$87,945.82 $50,000.00 75.89percent
$73,774.14 $50,000.00 47.55percent
$251,628.56 $50,000.00 403.26percent

* Also in private portfolio
**As of close of Aug. 31, 2017
***In Canadian dollars
Dividends received since last update: none.
Gain/loss is calculated by comparing market value (end of most recent month) with book value (which varies according to buy date).
For U.S. companies, figures are converted into Canadian dollars at exchange rates that vary based on the date of purchase.
Because of this, the gain/loss percentage is a calculation that factors in foreign-exchange changes in addition to movement in the share price.

Courtesy: The Globe And Mail

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