Legendary investor Peter Lynch coined the term ‘Diworsification’ - making your risk-return profile worse through diversification - and famously ran a concentrated portfolio with some of the best performance in history. While this approach usually comes with more volatility, it also has some significant advantages.

Collins St Value Fund follows a similar strategy, with just 10-15 positions at any time. The fund’s MD, Michael Goldberg, told us that fewer stocks mean more time to derive an information edge through deep research. He illustrated this with an anecdote about getting away from the desk for a few days to test a contrarian stock thesis that's proving profitable. 

Watch below to see what high conviction value investing looks like in practice.

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Collins St Value Fund has gained 18.4% p.a. since inception more than three years ago, and charges zero management fees. Find out more.  

Alex Lewicki

Nice video. "Information advantage" - I like it.

Scarlett Smith

Very true. There is a huge improvement is there in growth stock for the investors...And if we invest more time to derive an information through deep research then there is a huge possibility of good revenue.

Alan Hardcastle

There's no better way to judge a business than by getting on the road and asking its clients/customers. 'In Search of Excellence' , published decades ago, showed the way...

Graeme Holbeach

Makes a lot of sense. Now if only I was a "wholesale investor" with the $500k minimum investment .......