Investment approach & policies

The Manager uses a contrarian approach to value investing and employs a bottom-up stock selection process to invest in undervalued, out-of-favour companies with strong balance sheets.

The belief is that the most predictable behavioural response of investors is their over-reaction to negative news. The Manager therefore purchases shares in companies when sentiment towards them is very poor, and valuation is at a discount to our assessment of fair value. The Manager then looks to sell them when a fundamental profit improvement and/or when re-evaluation of their long term prospects has taken place.

Your capital is at risk.

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