Investment Philosophy of John Maynard Keynes

Why read about Keynes Investment Philosophy?

Under Keynes’s tenure as First Bursar of King’s College— a period that encompassed the 1929 market crash, the Great Depression, and World War II— the discretionary portfolio of the King’s College grew through Keynes’s investment prowess and cash inflows from just over £ 20,000 to £ 820,000. Keynes’s investment performance on behalf of the King’s discretionary portfolio generated over the quarter-century to 1946 an annualized return of 16 percent, outperforming the comparable U.K. equity market by 5.6 percent per year.

Source: Concentrated Investing: Strategies of the World’s Greatest Concentrated Value Investors

Here is the Link on short compilation of investment philosophy of Keynes from few books


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