Sham Gad

Sham Gad is the managing partner of Gad Capital Management, a value-focused investment firm based in Athens, Ga. Gad has written extensively for The Motley Fool and was a securities analyst for UAS Asset Management, a small value investment fund in New York City, in 2007. From 2002-2005, Gad managed assets for the Gad Investment Group.

 

Additionally, Gad has just released a new book, The Business of Value Investing: Six Essential Elements to Buying Companies Like Warren Buffett. He earned his BBA and MBA at the University of Georgia. Gad appreciates your feedback; click here to send him an email.

Recent Articles By The Author

The 2017 Gad Value Investment Fund, Part 2

The 2017 Gad Value Investment Fund, Part 2

The second half of our value-stocks portfolio for the New Year.

The 2017 Gad Value Investment Fund, Part 1

The 2017 Gad Value Investment Fund, Part 1

Apple and Southwest Airlines are among the first five stocks that we reveal will be part of my 10-stock portfolio for next year.

So How Did Our Portfolio Do in 2016?

So How Did Our Portfolio Do in 2016?

Strategy of finding good stocks and leaving them alone pays off.

Forecasts Call for… What a Surprise, More Bullishness

Forecasts Call for… What a Surprise, More Bullishness

When it comes to the stock market, forecasts are almost always optimistic.

Don't Ditch Free Trade, but Don't Abandon Displaced Workers, Either

Don't Ditch Free Trade, but Don't Abandon Displaced Workers, Either

The government must create programs that provide the basic skills for the quality jobs available today.

Take a Cue From Vanguard's Jack Bogle, Quit the Excessive Trading

Take a Cue From Vanguard's Jack Bogle, Quit the Excessive Trading

The math often is not on the side of constant activity, especially when it comes to non-professional investors.

Focus on the Marathon, Not the Sprint

Focus on the Marathon, Not the Sprint

Trading in and out of stocks has been a costly exercise for many.

Do Yourself a Favor, Leave This Party Before Midnight

Do Yourself a Favor, Leave This Party Before Midnight

As markets continue to climb, fundamentals begin to take a back seat.

Berkshire Hathaway Made Great Again

Berkshire Hathaway Made Great Again

How things go for the U.S. will be how things go for Berkshire Hathaway.

Is Corporate Debt Out of Control?

Is Corporate Debt Out of Control?

Debt is explosive and has been responsible or involved in nearly every major recession or depression in the United States.