Our Pure Growth portfolio typically invests in equities. It focuses on companies that meet or exceed specific fundamental ratios based on their return on equity, price to earnings to growth ratios, and liquidity.
Crabtree Technology is a science and technology, long-only equity model. Our holdings are determined via a highly disciplined quantitative methodology, emphasizing cash flow and market share. Holdings are re-balanced quarterly. Our goal is to generate alpha over quarters and years.
Our Growth Plus Income portfolio seeks to target an annual yield of 5%. We use both dividend-paying stocks and bond Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs) in this growth- and income-oriented portfolio.
The development of the U.S. shale industry is still infantile, however the potential output from these shale deposits can potentially ease the U.S. reliance on foreign energy and provide a significant amount of jobs to Americans in an economic downturn.
Our long-term value portfolio invests in the firms that have the competitive advantage in their market segments with the potential to grow for the long term. We hold most of our equities for the long term as long as they are reasonably valued and have ample margin of safety. We focus on capital preservation and consistently look for growth opportunities.
Using proprietary computer algorithms, Earning Growth Portfolio buys stocks with the highest upward earning revision and upside earning surprise. Stocks are sold when they have lesser earning revision and earning surprise relative to other growth stocks, and are replaced with stocks of stronger earning revision and earning surprise. This diversified portfolio typically holds at least 50 stocks, is long only, does not use margin, and does not trade leveraged or inverse ETF.
GARP stands for Growth at a Reasonable Price. My growth-oriented investment style focuses on fundamental analysis including cash ratios, liquidity ratios and margins. I will also invest in anticipation of potential mergers, spin-offs and perceived arbitrage opportunities.
Prudent Value Wtih Options concentrates assets in its best ideas (subject to reasonable diversification) and generally maintains its investment positions for extended periods of time.
Cable Car Capital invests globally in public companies. The firm screens public companies using an intensive, fundamental research process that seeks to identify mispriced securities using a value-oriented approach with a multi-year time horizon. Cable Car Capital capitalizes opportunistically on shorter-term or special situation (e.g. spinoffs, reorganizations, merger arbitrage) opportunities while maintaining a concentrated core portfolio of contrarian/out-of-favor but high-quality longs and over-hyped or mismanaged single-name shorts.
For non-U.S. public companies, Cable Car utilizes American Depository Receipts which are called ADRs. These are receipts of shares of foreign companies that trade on the U.S. stock market exchanges.
We focus on US takeover targets or potential takeover targets and use screening guidelines including liquidity, premium and share price. Our focus is current US takeover targets or potential targets.
The Undervalued Opportunities investment strategy is suited for investors who are seeking concentrated exposure to securities. The strategy will seek both investment in securities and short selling. Through active management the strategy strives to beat the annualized returns of the S&P 500 over a long period of time.
Hull Capital’s Aggressive Absolute Return strategy is designed for investors looking for growth rates above market index returns while reducing downside risk by avoiding falling or bear markets.