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we are currently looking to build another database sourced by crawling the SEC (freely available at SimFin).

Our goal is to build a monthly updating database showing the holdings of the top value-based investors in the US.

For this we are looking for 2 things: 1. A list of the the top-30 value investors ranked by annualized returns over the last 10 years and the exact fundnames 2. Potential other websites, that already provide this service (as there is no need to recreate the website, if its already out there).

The goal is to allow retail investors analyse the portfolios of top institutional investors and then pick-and-chose their own investment based on this filter.

Thanks a lot for your help! Max

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  • $\begingroup$ Some forum where value investing is specifically discussed would probably be a better source of this info than Quant.StackExchange. It is a bit outside the scope of this forum. $\endgroup$ – Alex C May 23 '18 at 1:03
  • $\begingroup$ Point taken, but I actually disagree, since we are building a database that other quantitative investors can us to build automatic decision making processes (since without data, there is no quant finance). Also apart from quant finance on stack exchange, there is no other investment related exchange on the platform. If you do have another platform, do let me know. $\endgroup$ – MRC89 May 23 '18 at 13:54
  • $\begingroup$ I would start by writing down the names of the people and firms mentioned on this page grahamanddoddsville.net/?page_id=689 then narrow down/expand the list through slow and patient detective work in the "value investing" community. That page would be my starting point for the search. $\endgroup$ – Alex C May 23 '18 at 15:14
  • $\begingroup$ Great thanks a lot! As soon as we have started the database, I'll repost here to share the data. $\endgroup$ – MRC89 May 25 '18 at 12:02

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