Bigger than the Roman Empire

unnamed-5It is common belief that bigger is better, but we do not always endorse that.

One of our functions is to choose which managers to trust our clients’ capital with: manager selection is not a scientific process, there is not a unique set of rules to “evaluate them all” and parameters to analyse are countless. Among these, we consider size (be it of the strategy, the investment team or the firm) to be a meaningful factor.

Lorenzo La Posta of Momentum Global Investment Management, one of our UK regulated, discretionary fund managers shares their view. Click here to learn more.

 

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Dodgeball

There are a number of different ways that investors can lose money. Some are risks that are inherent in investing such as having to convert a paper loss into an actual loss because you have to liquidate a holding which is underwater which would likely recover if given time. There are many other ways to lose client money which are permanent. These are often a result of careless strategy selection rather than market characteristics.

James Klempster (CFA) of Momentum Global Investment Management, one of our UK regulated, discretionary fund managers shares their view. Click here to learn more.