We also see unexpected benefits when engaging in issues rather than handling metrics. – Long-term, secular and macroeconomic emphasis our approach is established – Multi-cap global inventory – Strict analyses of particular companies Potential uncapped
Many investment managers have sacrifices in order to satisfy clients and construct viable business strategies. Sadly, the single portfolio—not to mention the actual investor—is the largest loss. Today, most investors have stylized, commodized options promising “risk management” and consistent results. In equity investments in particular, that is valid. When investment managers are pressured to build efficiencies in response to rising customer rosters and constantly increasing quotas. In the course of the process, the notion of diversification was skewed. The premise is that a diversification of types and management of small, medium and larger capabilities would help to tamp up fluctuations in the industry. The problem: there’s no chance. This is a definition. This is a concept. In seeking to mitigate risk, money management also causes needless diversification—and misses good chances. Investing in the best opportunities with real potential for sustainable growth We believe true diversification comes from: – Cross-sector investment, business and geographical investment – including a fixed income plan for the preservation of capital and cash flow generation This was always meant for wealth managers. It can only occur today in a conflict-free atmosphere, where each investor would be considered as an individual.