Hot on the case

Anderson, James A.
November 1997
Black Enterprise;Nov97, Vol. 28 Issue 4, p47
Presents the perception of Erick McKissack, portfolio manager of Ariel Growth fund, on value stocks. How McKissack as a value porfolio manager; Percentage of Ariel Growth's portfolio; Criteria when looking for stocks; Information on the companies chosen by McKissack as the best investors.


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