Value driven purists
We look for opportunities arising out of dislocations between a company’s share price and measures of potential fair value. We understand that managing our investors’ capital requires patience, diligence and the highest level of professional conduct at all times.
The Arcus process blends granular analysis of corporate fundamentals, a proprietary multi-factor scoring system and close attention to macro trends
We invest in corporate securities that have an intrinsic value we believe to be significantly underpriced. We are willing to take a long term view and are not frightened of adopting a contrarian stance.
The Bank of Japan’s ETF endgame: how it could gratify small investors
(Dec 2020) Published in the Nikkei Asia within which he considers the Bank of Japan’s longstanding purchases of public equities, the crescendo that took place this past spring and the long-term implications of the central bank’s ownership of such equities both from a market perspective as well as its own.
NTT buys in Docomo: a bullish sign of change
(Oct 2020) Following NTT’s decision to repurchase the one third of Docomo it does not own, Peter considers this a harbinger of a boom in such M&A transactions in Japan.
Enter Mr. Continuity: Abenomics lives on
(Sep 2020) Peter considers the implications of the appointment of Yoshihide Suga to replace Shinzo Abe as Japan’s Prime Minister