Buying global groups with strong price momentum has been a winning strategy. Will it continue?
Updates for three groups we highlighted recently, including two domestic (Education Services and Automotive Retail), and one foreign-based thematic group, the Asia Healthy Tigers Index.
Some of the best and worst performers of 2011 repeated their performance in 2012.
Select Industries makes an Advertising buy, looking for the large integrated agencies to make their best pitch.
Asset growth is a factor that gets some attention, but not nearly as much as other more mainstream factors like price to earnings, earnings growth, etc.
Two groups were purchased in the Select Industries portfolio in late October: Health Care Services and Wireless Telecommunication Services.
Correlations have been extremely elevated over the past few years when compared to historical levels. The question is, which parts of the market has this impacted the most?
After an incredible secular rise in both metals & mining stocks and industrial metals prices, which ended in 2008 after nearly a decade of upside, we take a look at where this group stands today.
Jun Zhu examines Chinese companies with Variable Interest Entity (VIE) structures. Investors shouldn’t be completely turned off by concerns over these structures, but it would be wise to heed the risks.
This month’s “Quantitative Strategies” section presents a preliminary look at some long term trends in Valuations and Profit Margins for specific industry groups.