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Finding Value in a High-Flying Market

When U.S. stock markets hover near all-time highs, where can investors find value?

Weitz portfolio managers Wally Weitz and Drew Weitz sit down with Asset TV to discuss how our Quality at a Discount investing framework serves as a roadmap for investing through all different types of market environments. Wally and Drew cover topics that include their views on the current state of the markets, possible scenarios for the economy going forward, and how we're working to position our portfolios for the long-term.


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