Michael Goldberg

Michael
Goldberg

Executive Director and Investment Manager
Collins St Value Fund

Prior to founding the Fund, Michael was a portfolio manager at Leyland Private Asset Management. During Michael’s almost 8 years at Leyland, he managed portfolios and advised for some of Australia’s largest family offices and wealthy individuals. With his track record, Michael feels that investors in the Fund will benefit from his experience and be well served with his attention focused on a single managed fund. The Fund is the realisation of Michael’s aim to grow his clients’ wealth and to build a successful fund. Michael has a bachelor’s degree from Monash University, where he studied Banking and Finance and Management. Michael has previous experience in the service and retail industry, both as an employee of his family business and as the founder of a service business overseas. Michael’s experience gives him a unique insight into business and business relationships, enabling him to better understand and identify attractive investments.

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Like buying oil at $20 a barrel

Michael Goldberg

Uranium stocks have been quietly gaining in recent months, however, we expect materially more from the sector as it continues to rationalise in the medium-term. To put the current price of uranium into terms more familiar: we believe it is trading at the equivalent of oil at US$20 per barrel. Show More

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One sector that ticks all the (wrong) boxes

Michael Goldberg

Whether it is companies that have experienced share price declines due to regulatory uncertainty, or industries that are generally out of favour, our best returns have historically come from recognising opportunities where others have decided that the issues are simply “too hard”. One sector that currently ticks all the (wrong)... Show More

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Emerging smallcap tech on 4 times cashflows

Michael Goldberg

Though Artificial Intelligence, and cutting edge technology isn’t often a space where we’d expect to find value; when a business is profitable, trading on less than four times current cash flows, and operates in a high growth industry, we think it’s worth paying attention. Show More

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A deeply undervalued high-quality small cap

Michael Goldberg

The small cap index is essentially a proxy for the market's appetite for growth, and a broad willingness to accept the risk associated with it. November saw the start of a rotation from small cap stocks into large caps triggered by a number of macro global events that created uncertainty... Show More

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@Richard Vivian, you make a fair point. The cost of building a nuclear power station is materially higher than an oil/gas/coal plant. The advantage that nuclear energy has over the long term is that its highly efficient, it has low cost inputs, and its carbon footprint is incomparably smaller than other traditional base load energy sources. I think a simple look at global users of nuclear power is the best measure of value: France generates over 70% of their energy from nuclear, and have done for more than 50 years. Their carbon footprint and electricity bills are among the lowest in the developed world. As battery technology improves we may be able to have a discussion about comparing renewable sources, but we are not there yet. Nor can we know what advances will be discovered to improve traditional energy in the future.

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@Hew Mills There are not a lot of ways to invest in the space. I'm not aware of many funds that have exposure to uranium at all. If you give me a call I'm happy to discuss how we built exposure in our Fund.

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