E-Marketing/Info, Internet, Communications
Crabtree Technology is a science and technology, long-only equity model. Our holdings are determined via a highly disciplined quantitative methodology, emphasizing cash flow and market share. Holdings are re-balanced quarterly. Our goal is to generate alpha over quarters and years.
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The Undervalued Opportunities investment strategy is suited for investors who are seeking concentrated exposure to securities. The strategy will seek both investment in securities and short selling. Through active management the strategy strives to beat the annualized returns of the S&P 500 over a long period of time.
The Beckerman Asset Allocation portfolio has a goal of generating long term growth with a secondary goal of income generation. The portfolio will invest across a range of asset classes including stocks, bonds, alternatives and cash. It retains flexibility to overweight certain asset classes given the managers perception of fundamental opportunities. We believe that this strategy is appropriate as a core holding for investors.
Studies quarterly and annual reports, looking for companies that have demonstrated the ability to grow sales, earnings, cash flows and book values consistently over multiple economic cycles. Long only and buys across all capitalizations.
Value and Growth are joined at the hip – Warren Buffett
The goal of the Guru Value Growth strategy is to achieve consistent returns, exceeding market performance in up markets and limiting losses in down markets. The strategy is to select stocks that have strong fundamentals with durable competitive advantages, and enter into positions when the markets provide an opportunity to acquire at favorable prices. Additionally, the equity should have strong growth prospects and outlook for increasing shareholder value at the current time or in the near term. The overall philosophy is to buy stocks and hold them over a period of time allowing the stocks to reflect their true value potential.