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45 years of Dunn Capital: A profile by CTAIntelligence
William Dunn knows how to stick to a plan, even under the most adverse circumstances.
21 November 2019. About 15 years ago, the founder of Dunn Capital Management, the Florida-based CTA, was enjoying his lifelong passion of skiing with his wife when he took a bad fall and broke most of his ribs. When the snow patrol arrived and checked on his condition, they offered him two choices: get dragged down on a sled or sit on the back of a snowmobile.
Neither option sounded very enticing. “It’s gonna hurt like hell,” a patrolman told him. A third option was for Dunn to try to get down the slope himself. Already in his 70s, however, that was not something for the faint of heart. But Dunn had already made up his mind. “That’s fine,” he said, “I’ll ski down myself.” And so he did.
The ski accident was not the only time Dunn has defied expectations and refused to give up in the face of a tough situation.