Global Equity High Conviction Investing
This course provides a deep insight into the value investment approach taken by one of the experts in the industry. Listen to Robert Swift describe the use of value, momentum and quality factors within a quantitaive screening model as well as what checks are required to avoid being fooled by the accounting tricks or caught out by strategically weak companies or those with poor governance. Use the models provided by the manager to road test this investment style, so you too can screen for stocks using the VMQ approach. Finally listen to case studies on selected international stocks where he shares his views on why he invested or chose not to invest in those companies he analysed.
What you will learn?
- How the value investment approach works, the rationale for why it works and emperical evidence
- The value, momentum and quality factors which can be used in this approach
- How to build a quantitative stock screening model
- The qualitative factors to look out for when utilising the value approach to equities
- How to construct a concentrated portfolio that is representative of the broader market
|Introduction to Global Equity High Conviction Investing||00:08:00|
|In this module, Robert shares an overview on his investment methodology and introduces the key concepts the value investment style to provide a background for the following modules in the course.|
|Learn with Robert Swift about value investing and why value characteristics are important when selecting share investments. This module discusses what is meant by a value stock, the research supporting value investing and why value is necessary but not by itself sufficient within an investment process.|
|In this module, Robert shares an overview on his investment methodology and introduces the key concepts of the value investment style to provide a background for the following modules in the course.|
|Learn about how to apply a quantitative screening process to a universe of stocks to reduce the number under consideration to a managable number. In this module you will learn about how to take raw data from each of the factors considered and combine this into a single VMQ score.|
|Use the screening models from the manager to learn more about the VMQ process and to build your own portfolio in an Excel based exercise.|
|In this module you will learn about the further analysis undertaken following the results of the quantitative screening model. Listen to Robert share with you how he verifies the results of the screening model for hidden weaknesses in companies and the techniques he uses identify them.|
|Listen to real life examples as Robert Swift discusses his views (as of 27-Nov-2015) on Northrop Grumman, Rolls Royce, Fuji Heavy and Volkswagen. Learn how these stocks rank in the Tamim VMQ process and how they fared following further analysis on their strategic strengths and weaknesses from Robert and his team.|
|In this final module, you will learn about how to bring the selected stocks together into a portfolio using methodologies such as stratified sampling, sizing by volatility and targeted tracking error. Also learn about important considerations of currency hedging and the market impact of trading when running an international portfolio.|
|Read articles and research from the manager relating to the course, his investment style and investment process.|
|Global Equity High Conviction Quiz||00:20:00|
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