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Performance

Lemelson Capital Management has Outperformed U.S. Equities and its Peers.

Reports

This information presented expresses the views of the General Partner as of the date indicated and such views are subject to change without notice.

Amvona

Amvona is a blog founded by Rev. Fr. Emmanuel Lemelson that provides opinion and analysis on issues of Faith, Investing, Economics, and Technology.

Priest by Day, Hedge Fund CIO by night

Watch: Fr. Emmanuel sits down with Dan Ashmore to discuss his background, short-selling, and inflation. A Greek Orthodox priest who is CIO of Lemelson Capital, the hedge fund specialising in deep value and special situations, Fr Emmanuel discusses his history of public activist shorting, including a much-publicised short of WWE - yet also talks of why he believes shorting is a terrible investment.

Our Founder

Lemelson Capital Management has advocated a Christian Philosophy of investment based on a belief that investments selected on strict value criteria mitigate risk and often lead to better than average returns, a cornerstone of good stewardship.

Fr. Emmanuel Lemelson, CIO

Fr. Emmanuel Lemelson Speaks at The Amvona Fund, LP 2019 Annual Meeting

Watch: Fr. Emmanuel Lemelson, joined by CFO John Zoraian, leads a discussion moderated by Lester Firstenberger at The Amvona Fund, LP 2019 Annual Meeting. This extended highlight reel covers Lemelson's Christian philosophy of investment and activism, including his battle with U.S. regulators over Ligand Pharmaceuticals and much more.

Fr. Emmanuel Lemelson speaks to Investors & Business Leaders

Watch: Fr. Emmanuel Lemelson speaks to Global Investors and Business Leaders at the Berkshire Hathaway Annual Meeting in Omaha, NE, on May 5, 2017

$DJT CEO Nunes sent a letter to Capitol Hill urging an investigation of potential manipulation of his company’s stock. Nunes asked Republican lawmakers to probe “anomalous trading” of the shares. $DJT has lost more than half of its value since its trading debut and continues

On Monday, I received an email from Hedge Fund Research!

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#Faith #SECenforcement #Lemelson #Fraud #ActivistShorts #hedgefund #fundresearch #thematrix #inspiration #sec #hfr

“The Commission brought the widest array of potential claims against @Lemelson and his company, and his decision to fight the charges paid off…“

#SEC #enforcement #LCM

"This case was infected with prosecutorial misconduct from the outset."

Lemelson Capital Chief @Lemelson Comments on Unprecedented 9-year SEC Fight over Ligand Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ: LGND)

#LCM #Lemelson #SEC #SCOTUS $LGND

Below is my reply to the TASIS Switzerland and TASIS Foundation board of directors responding to their recent support and promotion of #woke ideologies at the school.

#TASIS #TASISSwitzerland #TASISEngland #TASISPortugal #TASISLugano

"We are satisfied with our YTD '23 returns as well as the significant additional gains experienced in early Q4, 2023," said @Lemelson, CIO, LCM. "However, YTD 2023 results are an outlier and are unlikely to be repeated in the future," #Lemelson #LCM

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Performance

Lemelson Capital Management has Outperformed U.S. Equities and its Peers. During this time, The Amvona Fund, LP was three times ranked amongst the top

Reports

This information presented expresses the views of the General Partner as of the date indicated and such views are subject to change without notice.

Amvona

Amvona is a blog founded by Rev. Fr. Emmanuel Lemelson that provides opinion and analysis on issues of Faith, Investing, Economics, and Technology.

Priest by Day, Hedge Fund CIO by night

Watch: Fr. Emmanuel sits down with Dan Ashmore to discuss his background, short-selling, and inflation. A Greek Orthodox priest who is CIO of Lemelson Capital, the hedge fund specialising in deep value and special situations, Fr Emmanuel discusses his history of public activist shorting, including a much-publicised short of WWE - yet also talks of why he believes shorting is a terrible investment.

Our Founder

Lemelson Capital Management has advocated a Christian Philosophy of investment based on a belief that investments selected on strict value criteria mitigate risk and often lead to better than average returns, a cornerstone of good stewardship.

Fr. Emmanuel Lemelson, CIO

Fr. Emmanuel Lemelson Speaks at The Amvona Fund, LP 2019 Annual Meeting

Watch: Extended highlight reel from The Amvona Fund, LP Annual meeting held on May 11, 2019. This extended highlight reel covers Lemelson's Christian philosophy of investment, activism, including his battle with U.S. regulators over Ligand Pharmaceuticals and much more.

Fr. Emmanuel Lemelson speaks to Investors & Business Leaders

Watch: Fr. Emmanuel speaks to Global Investors and Business Leaders at the Berkshire Hathaway Annual Meeting in Omaha, NE. For just the Q&A session. Fr. Emmanuel Lemelson, founder and president of the Lantern Foundation and CIO of Lemelson Capital Management, LLC speaks to Global Investors and Business Leaders at the Berkshire Hathaway Annual Meeting in Omaha, NE on May 5, 2017

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