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On this episode of Macro Views:
Pullbacks in the market, though painful, can be fantastic opportunities for those with discipline. Most will not capture the opportunity because it flies in the face of human behavior. What will you do? Listen in for our assessment of the current state of the market and some ideas on how to avoid that bear trap.
About Grinnell Capital
Grinnell Capital is an investment management firm that seeks to identify significant growth opportunities by constructing a high conviction portfolio of inefficiently priced and disruptive companies through a disciplined, fundamentally-driven investment process underscored by stringent risk controls. Grinnell Capital actively & dynamically manages two distinct investment models under this investment philosophy.
The Accelerator Model is our flagship model comprised mostly of stocks traded on the US stock exchange. This all-cap model targets specific opportunities in value as well as disruptive & game changing companies in their respective space, including AI, logistics/transportation, cloud computing/data center, business enablement, alternative energy, healthcare, consumer discretionary . At various times the model may also have exposure to international companies, companies exposed to the cryptocurrency market, and ETFs (as a defensive measure).
The Ignition Model is based on the same investment philosophy as our flagship model, the Accelerator Model, but comprised only of ETFs- Exchange Traded Funds. This all-cap model targets specific sector opportunities based on global macroeconomic trends with a conscious effort to capitalize on elite growth scenarios. At various times the model may have exposure to international companies, cryptocurrencies, and volatility ETFs (as a defensive measure).
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