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Wintergreen Advisers, LLC INSTITUTION : David J. Winters (Wintergreen Advisers, LLC )
David joined Mutual Series in 1987, during Max Heine's tenure. Heine died the next year, so David was mentored in value investing by Michael Price. One key component of his value investing methodology is to not just buy at a discount, but to help management unlock that potential value as an active investor.[1] He also looks for value where others don't want to look and is willing to go the extra mile in finding ways to invest money.[2] He was named Director of Research of Mutual Series in 2000 and President and CIO in 2001. During his time with Franklin Mutual Advisors, he was also the portfolio manager of the Mutual Discovery Fund from February 2000 to May 2005[3]. After leaving Mutual Series in 2005, David formed Wintergreen Advisers and the Wintergreen Fund in Maine, USA.[3] The companies are named after the official state herb of Maine, the wintergreen. The fund has 20.58% annual return through November 2007.
David J. Winters Latest Top 20 Portfolio Holdings: (Filing Date: 2019-05-10) --- full portfolio
Company (links to holding history) Ticker Value On
No of Shares % of portfolio
Consolidated Tomoka Land Co    (Common) CTO 91,709,000 1,553,075 92.20%
Union Pacific Corporation    (Common) UNP 6,818,000 40,780 6.85%
Liberty Media Corp-Liberty For    (Common) LMCA 568,000 16,672 0.57%
Liberty Latin America Ltd    (Com Cl A) 365,000 18,888 0.36%

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