Ron Baron Appears on CNBC's Squawk Box

Baron Capital CEO Ron Baron appeared on CNBC's "Squawk Box" on October 14 to discuss the economy, Baron's long-term investment philosophy, and market volatility. Click here to view the interview.


Business Insider Profiles Alex Umansky and Baron Global Advantage Fund

Alex Umansky, described asone of the world's best stock pickers for yearsby Business Insider, discusses the core of his approach and how investors can keep themselves from being led off course in a November 11, 2020 profile.


  • Business Insider Profiles Alex Umansky and Baron Global Advantage Fund


    Alex Umansky, described asone of the world's best stock pickers for yearsby Business Insider, discusses the core of his approach and how investors can keep themselves from being led off course in a November 11, 2020 profile.

  • Investor’s Business Daily Features Baron Fifth Avenue Growth Fund


    Alex Umansky, portfolio manager of Baron Fifth Avenue Growth Fund, discusses the Fund’s winning formula: Investing in Big Ideas.

  • Litman Gregory AdvisorIntelligence Interviews Michael Kass, Reiterates EM and International Fund Recommendations


    After a recent interview with portfolio manager Michael Kass, Litman Gregory reaffirmed its conviction in Baron Emerging Markets Fund (BEXIX) and Baron International Growth Fund (BINIX), highlighting Michael’s disciplined long-term approach to growth investing, superior understanding of secular trends and business models, and macro-risk overlay as reasons for their recommendation. To view the full article, click here.



    In its annual update of its profiles of Baron Growth Fund and Baron Asset Fund, Morningstar upgraded both Funds to its “Silver” Analyst Rating. To view the profiles, visit (Subscription required to access).

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  • Business Insider Features David Baron and Baron Focused Growth Fund


    In Business Insider’s September 2, 2020, article, Baron Focused Growth Fund co-Portfolio Manager David Baron discusses the potential advantage of taking the long view. (subscription required for access)

  • CNBC Pro Features Baron Global Advantage Fund


    In an August 1, 2020, article, “Investors are pouring into this fund that's riding global disruptors to a 40% return this year,” Baron Global Advantage Fund Portfolio Manager Alex Umansky talks about how the pandemic is compressing the time frame for the disruptive secular changes the Fund focuses on. (subscription required for access)

  • Mike Lippert Discusses Big Tech on CNBC’s Squawk Alley


    In a July 31, 2020, appearance, Mike Lippert, Baron’s Head of Technology Research and Portfolio Manager of Baron Opportunity Fund, talks about tech earnings and the risks of regulation. (subscription required for access)

  • Alex Umansky Profiled in Barron’s


    In a July 30, 2020 profile in Barron’s, “This $1.2 Billion Stock Fund Is Up More Than 40% in 2020. Here's How,” Alex Umansky, Portfolio Manager of Baron Global Advantage Fund, discusses why the kinds of companies he favors -- unique businesses with sustainable competitive advantages and very large addressable markets -- are well positioned for the realities of a COVID-19 world.

  • Mike Lippert Appears on TD Ameritrade’s “Market on Close”


    Mike Lippert, Head of Technology Research at Baron Capital and Portfolio Manager of Baron Opportunity Fund, joins Oliver Renick to talk about differentiating between short term blips and long-term secular trends that have accelerated due to the pandemic.


  • Money Life with Chuck Jaffe: The Big Interview Featuring Jeff Kolitch


    Jeff Kolitch, portfolio manager of Baron Real Estate Fund and Baron Real Estate Income Fund, joins Chuck to chat about how investors may benefit when they look past REITs and invest in service companies and home builders in the real estate space, although he still likes select REITs despite the category’s recent struggles.

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