The Macro Fund aims to leverage knowledge of the global economy and individual countries and currencies into out sized returns by basing holdings off of macroeconomic principles.
The Contrarian Fund seeks to gain an advantage by, when appropriate, taking the opposite position of many analysts in the investment community. The fund believes that by rejecting popular opinion, profit opportunities arise.
As it sounds, the Growth Fund aims to initiate positions in securities that demonstrate the ability to grow their intrinsic value. Our Growth Fund prefers equities with earnings growth above 10% and PEG Ratios below 1.
The Value Fund looks to invest in companies which it determines to be undervalued. Focusing more on safety than the growth fund, the Value Fund often chooses investments that provide dividends as well as capital appreciation.