Dr. Sanjeev Bhojraj

Sanjeev is a co-founder of Kailash Capital. He is also a portfolio manager and co-founder of L2 Asset Management. Dr. Bhojraj is widely published in the top journals in finance and accounting and specializes in behavioral finance. With 19 Years of total experience, Dr. Bhojraj is also a Chaired Professor in Asset Management and the co-Director of the Parker Center for Investment Research at Cornell University’s Business School. Dr. Bhojraj has a Ph.D, ACA, ACMA and B.Com.

December 8, 2022

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Russell 2500 Growth Index vs Russell 2500 Value Index

February 2, 2022|

Past Performance Does Not Guarantee Future Results…. Particularly the RECENT Past. This paper makes the following three points: 1) The mean reversion in the 2500 benchmarks will continue, with growth falling sharply relative to value, 2) The reason for this is painfully simple in our view and 3) Allocators should move from index funds to active managers in the R2500G sector

Quantamental Investing: A Brief Primer on KCR’s Toolkits

January 21, 2022|

In our Chart for the Curious about Apple Computer, we document the challenges faced by investors who follow forecasters. For those seeking compelling evidence based on robust quantitative methods, please see our White Paper The Persistence of Profits. That piece builds on work done by a legendary professor of behavioral finance...

AAP Stock Chart: Did You Miss a Profitable Secular Grower?

January 14, 2022|

• The chart shows the performance of aftermarket automotive products supply and distribution firm Advanced Auto Parts, over the last 3 years • Since 2018 the stock has risen over 50% • We have been proponents of investing in companies that make what you need, not what you want, particularly in times like today, as explained in our...

Stocks Most like Enron Today, Free Enron Hat & Summary of Disaster

January 7, 2022|

Remembering the Risks of “The Smartest Guys in the Room”. We recently put out a two-part summary of Bethany McLean and Peter Elkind’s brilliant book The Smartest Guys in the Room. In an earlier piece, we quoted legendary financial historian John Kenneth Galbraith, who quipped that investors’ memories last “...at a maximum, no more than 20 years.” The KCR team agrees.

Enron Scandal Explained by Peter Elkind and Bethany McLeans’ The Smartest Guys in the Room

January 5, 2022|

Summary of Enron Smartest Guys in the Room: Bethany McLean and Peter Elkind wrote the national bestseller “The Smartest Guys in the Room.” The book catalogues the rise of Enron, the financial crisis that would eventually consume it and exposes the subsequent accounting scandal. We do not write this missive to celebrate the devastating losses created by Enron Corporation...

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