How to find undervalued businesses and avoid value traps
As one of Australia’s largest and most experienced Australian equity managers, we’ve navigated our way through our fair share of market ups and downs. While conditions don’t always play in our favour, our proven process means we’ve delivered excess alpha for more than 27 years*.
In the second of our three-part Good Value Series, I discuss how not all value managers are created equal. While others rely on more academic measures to pick stocks, like low P/E ratios, we look beyond these limiting factors. Don't forget to hit the follow button to be the first to watch the series.
Episode 2: How we find value in the Australian share market
I discuss how our intrinsic approach to assessing a company’s worth helps us identify undervalued businesses that can deliver higher risk-adjusted returns and avoid value traps.
In the final instalment of the series next week, we will cover our value stock picks for 2023
Choosing stocks that deliver a value premium with lower volatility is challenging in any market. Find out what stocks Tyndall has earmarked for outperformance in 2023.
In case you missed it: Episode 1: Conditions are ripe for a massive snapback
* Total net excess returns of 0.38% since inception as at Dec 2022.
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Jason has over 28 years’ experience in investment management. Prior to joining Tyndall, Jason worked with ASSIRT and Deutsche Funds Management as an analyst and portfolio manager focusing on strategic asset allocation, managed funds research and...
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