Grant, James
November 2006
Forbes Asia;11/13/2006, Vol. 2 Issue 19, p118
The article features David J. Winters, founder of the mutual fund Wintergreen. He was formerly CEO of Franklin Mutual Advisers. By its charter, Wintergreen could almost be a hedge fund. The investors keep all of the upside, net of fees and expenses, which happen to come to a stiff 1.95 percent of assets yearly. He always claims that the edge of his company is the fact that it is a long-term investor.


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