Good companies eventually stand out

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Alain Chung, Vice President of Claret Asset Management, a Montreal-based firm, exudes quiet assurance typical to value managers. He buys good companies selling at depressed prices. He holds on to portfolio holdings with the perspective that they will double in value within five years, regardless of market fluctuations in the short term.

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