Martin Investment Management


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Company Details

Martin Investment Management, LLC is registered with the Securities Exchange Commission as an investment adviser. Martin Investment Management, LLC is an equity oriented investment adviser. It believes in value investing as the foundation in evaluating investments. The firm's long-term equity strategy reflects the belief in the upward bias of the stock market and the long-term vitality of the global economy. We believe that our performance, disciplined investment process, the professional experience of the team, and the commitment to clients sets our firm apart from other investment advisers.

What We Believe

Martin Investment Management, LLC is committed to helping clients achieve their financial goals by utilizing a variety of disciplined investment techniques for security selection and portfolio construction. Our basic philosophy assumes that equity markets are not always efficient, and that an actively managed portfolio of well-researched investments will outperform the diversified indexes over time. Basic tenets of the firm are the belief in the power of compounding over a long investment time horizon and having the patience to ride out the negative years in the market cycle. Most often this requires common sense and discipline, rather than following popular trends and employing the current schemes.



1007 Church Street #530
Evanston, IL 60201
United States

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Martin Investment Management

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Industry: Equity Research