Recorded in April 2020, the webinar is presented by Constantin Sturdza, portfolio manager of the Sturdza Family Fund. Constantin provides an update on the philosophy, goals and performance of the Fund.
The following key points are also discussed in the webinar:
- The Fund’s objective of obtaining capital appreciation over the long-term.
- Taking the long-term view to create value and shelter from short-term risks.
- Timing – being ‘all time’ invested in order to not miss upside movements when they present themselves.
- Extreme scenarios such as recessions, present opportunities that can be advantageous, whilst averaging down entry prices.
- The flexibility of the multi-asset strategy – a portion of the Fund is invested in fixed income instruments when equities face strong downturns.
- The success of the strategy so far, meeting its goal of returning 70+% of the upside in equities, whilst mitigating 50% on the downside perceived in equity markets.
- Choosing to invest in companies that have a superior track record of earnings growth and stability.
The webinar is available for view on the BrightTALK website.
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