|Day Low/High||37.90 / 39.12|
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Now it's time to get rolling for the next version of the portfolio.
Sector representation is diverse, but the list is dominated by software, semiconductors, oil and gas, and metals and mining.
My belief is that within this deep value pond, an active approach will win out.
I believe within this deep value pond, an active approach can outperform passive, but what do the numbers say after six months?
Jonathan Heller's 2020 Triple Net Active Versus Passive Portfolio experiment continues to turn in good results at the five-month mark.
Four months in, the 2020 Triple Net Active Versus Passive Portfolio experiment is proving to be a rewarding experience.
My belief is that within this deep value pond, an active approach can outperform passive.
Both the active and passive portfolios have been beneficiaries of the rising tide of the markets, and Haynes International is leading the charge.
It's way too early to tell whether this is the beginning of a regime change from growth back to value.
It's a rag-tag group so let's see how it pans out over the next year.
This disparate cluster of value plays includes an entertainment giant and an owner of ethanol plants.
Just 27 names make the cut, down from 48 last year, and 36 from my late September preview.
I am inclined to include only new names in the Active portfolio, unless there's a very compelling reason.
The indices continue to consolidate, but concerns of stalling action are building.
After the market close, we have a number of earnings reports coming at us, and one of my standard practices is to make a list as to which companies are reporting, and what's expected. This way, as the results hit the tape, I can perform a quick tria...
This name has significantly outperformed both the S&P 500 and the health care sector over the course of this awful month
This earnings season is already showing that capital spending from cloud giants remains far stronger than spending from traditional carriers. That affects quite a few hardware and chip firms.
It has been 18 months since the portfolio was unveiled, and the results have been impressive on the whole, with one big exception.
Still, I am neither disappointed nor thrilled with the performance.
Nearly six months since inception, the portfolio comprised of under-the-radar names is up about 25%.
The group is up some 8.5% in just weeks (but that's partly luck).