SOME FAMOUS CONTRARIAN’S
- Warren Buffett is a famous contrarian, who believes that best time to invest in a stock is when shortsightedness of the market has beaten down the price.
- Jim Rogers is an investor and author who is bullish on contrarian investing in Asian markets.
- Marc Faber is a contrarian investor who publishes the Gloom Boom & Doom Report and we see him once in a while on channels in India.
- David Dreman is a money manager often associated with contrarian investing. He has authored several books on the topic and writes the "Contrarian" column in Forbes magazine.
- John Neff, who managed the Vanguard Windsor fund for many years, is also considered a contrarian, though he has described himself as a value investor (and questioned the distinction).
- Mark Ripple is a money manager often described as a contrarian. He has authored a book covering the topic in detail.
- Paul Tudor Jones is a contrarian investor who attempts to buy and sell turning points.