Matthew Peterson of Peterson Capital Management shared his perspective in a Q&A session at our special event, Intelligent Investing in Crisis Mode 2020.

Matt discussed his strategy of selling cash-covered puts as a way of buying into undervalued and fundamentally attractive businesses. He cited Berkshire Hathaway (US: BRK) as an example. In response to questions, Matt shared specifics of how he executes this differentiated investment strategy.

Replay this session (recorded on March 25, 2020):

audio recording

Matt has made available a related presentation to MOI Global members.

About the instructor:

Matthew Peterson is the Managing Partner of Peterson Capital Management, LLC. Matthew has two decades of experience with global financial services firms including Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, Merrill Lynch, American Express, and Ameriprise Financial. Prior to forming Peterson Capital Management, LLC and launching Peterson Investment Fund I, LP, Matthew split time between Wall Street and London as Capital Markets Manager in the Financial Services Vertical at Diamond Management and Technology Consultants. Matthew worked as a member of both the U.S. and U.K. offices, with expertise spanning from risk management to derivative processing. During his tenure with Diamond, Matthew worked with top-tier investment banks, global payments firms, and international insurance companies to deliver high impact solutions to his clients’ most challenging business problems.

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