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Iluvbabyb wrote:"Lou and the fellows from Chieftan often can be found pumping iron in the same companies ;-)"There is a good reason for that, Greenberg worked for Lou before Chieftain!"Glenn Greenberg, co-head of money manager Chieftain Capital and a former Simpson employee ..." http: //www.business2.com/articles/mag/0,1640,10253,FF.htmlGlenn runs a very concentrated portfolio, currently just eight different stocks. For a peek at what he has been holding at Chieftain Capital Management, Inc., check this out: http: //www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/789920/000095012303009528/y89400be13fvhr.txtI though Glenn was one of the more interesting individual studies in Bruce N. Greenwald's book "Value Investing - From Graham to Buffett and Beyond", see: chapter 11, pages 211 to 224.He has had Yankee Candle for a long time. I wonder what he sees in overpriced (the product, not necessarily the stock), stinky paraffin?In the past he has held quite a few Canadian stocks. Maybe we should be searching "The Great White North" for value also, eh?