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Hyung Kim Quoted in TheStreet
July 27, 2018
Portfolio Manager and Senior Research Analyst Hyung Kim advises on factors to look for when investing in companies.

TheStreet’s article “How to Avoid Investing in a John Schnatter: Dumbest Thing on Wall Street” focuses on the need for smart investing in which investors do their research in order to “reduce the chances of finding [themselves] on the wrong side of a corporate governance scandal,” alluding to the “PR nightmare” of Papa John’s founder John Schnatter. KAR’s Hyung Kim advises that investors should not be “fooled by a high market share, a strong management team or great products alone,” and instead look for “strong qualities that allow the businesses to resist competitive forces and thereby produce high and sustainable profitability.”


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