This strategy allocates equities and other asset classes to a portfolio with some leverage and predominantly long positions, seeking to exceed returns of broad equity indices while carrying a similar and relatively steady risk level. It is typically used to replace or supplement equities in an investor’s portfolio.
Its flagship GLI fund (non-UCITS) has risen in value 19-fold in the twenty-two years of its existence. Over the last 10 years, according to Bloomberg, the fund has outperformed more than 99% of all funds in its database including: the S&P 500 Equity Index, Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway; and the MSCI World Index.
Asset allocation is the major driver of long-term returns
Portfolio theory is especially effective when applied across asset classes
The risk return ratio is the only meaningful measure of investment performance
Steady risk levels stongly benefit investors
MontLake Asset Management Ltd, 23 St. Stephen's Green, Dublin 2, D02 AR55, Ireland is licensed to provide Investment Management services to Professional Clients (including Collective Investment Schemes) by the Central Bank of Ireland.
MontLake UCITS Platform ICAV is an umbrella open-ended Irish collective asset-management vehicle with segregated liability between Funds formed in Ireland under the Irish Collective Asset-management Vehicles Act 2015 and authorised by the Central Bank as a UCITS pursuant to the UCITS Regulations.
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Your investment may also be subject to currency, interest rate, as well as market fluctuations. Consequently the Investor may not get back a sum equal to that he / she originally invested.
Investors should note that an investment in those Sub-Funds which may invest in emerging markets should not constitute a substantial proportion of an investment portfolio and may not be appropriate for all investors.
The Sub-Funds may invest in Over the Counter as well as Exchange Traded derivative instruments to enhance return or hedge against fluctuations in security prices or market rates as well as to short sell a security through the use of a derivative instrument. Transactions in derivative instruments involve a risk of loss or depreciation of capital due to adverse changes in security prices, exchange rates or interest rates or in the case of OTC instruments default of Counterparty. This investment may not be suitable for all types of investors. It is therefore recommended that you consult your investment advisor.
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