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The $20 Billion Manager Who Won After the Crisis Is Buying Again

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David Samra, awarded for his stock-picking during and after the 2008 financial crisis, says he’s buying again.

Samra, who oversees about $20 billion for Artisan Partners, says now’s the time for a steady hand and no emotion as concern intensifies about the slowdown in China and the sliding price of oil. The winner of Morningstar Inc. international stock manager rankings in 2008 and 2013 says he’s sticking to his investment approach: finding undervalued shares with strong balance sheets.