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Tilson on value investing, shorting, Buffett

Hedge fund manager Whitney Tilson, the founder of Kase Capital Management, sat down with CNBC's Kelly Evans for an in-depth interview about his investment strategy and his favorite stocks for the months ahead.

The hedge fund manager, who became widely known for his short position on Lumber Liquidators after 60 Minutes interviewed him on the name in 2015, discussed his latest views on the company.

Other topics in this special Value Spark interview include:

  • Herbalife and what could be in store for shares of the embattled multilevel marketing firm
  • Why a value-oriented investor like himself is keen on taking short positions
  • Wall Street and the areas where he thinks there are conflicts of interest
  • His biggest long position, Berkshire Hathaway

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