Investment Discipline

We construct investment portfolios using our proprietary methodical approach that is based on insights from business analysis, value investing, behavioral economics and common sense gleaned from decades of interacting with senior management teams.

Our focus is to identify investment opportunities with higher expected returns than the market, with an overall lower long-term fundamental risk profile.

Our processes are designed to reduce bias and amplify conviction in an objective manner, while taking into account the limitations of our ability to forecast the future.

While we take into account likely long-term socioeconomic developments, we don't "bet" on any particular macro-economic outcome.  We try to avoid risks that we cannot quantify, but will take on cyclical risks where expected returns are sufficiently high.

Tel: 123.456.7890

For

Partners

We currently manage only proprietary capital, but are planning to offer investment services in future.

 

If you are an institutional investor, We recommend you read our Investment Philosophy and Vision & Purpose.

For

Students

We are interested in hiring talented Masters students who love delving into business models, spreadsheets and/or programming.

Check out our section for STUDENTS.

For

Investee Companies

We appreciate opportunities to interact with and learn more about your company's business model.

To explain what we look for, please read this section.

Our investment process is designed to reduce biases and make more objective analytical decisions while improving the quality of the insights generated by the analyst.

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Anker [ˈaŋkɐ]

German for "anchor" 

"Anchoring" refers to a cognitive bias where an individual depends too heavily on an initial piece of information offered when making decisions.  This is an important bias to avoid.