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By Jason Zweig | Jan. 18, 2018 6:07 pm ET
How can value investors, who seek to buy stocks at depressed prices, prevail in a financial world dominated by market-matching index funds?
That’s the main question posed by Seth Klarman, chief executive of the Baupost Group, the $32 billion hedge-fund group, in his 2017 year-end letter to shareholders….
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