Entry points emerge in beaten up sectors
It’s often said that good investing is a matter of waiting to see the opportunity, acting decisively when the time comes and then being brave enough to hold your nerve through the storm. For Simon Mawhinney of Allan Gray, the pockets of value have finally emerged or improved in several sectors, particularly energy, which recently hit 2004 lows.
“Some of these cyclically depressed sectors operate in an environment where prices are simply not sustainable. If you overlay some sustainable assumptions, the valuations look very, very cheap and for long-term investors they represent excellent entry points.”
Here, Simon expands on his energy sector thesis and shares two of his top picks.
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