Over the past ten years, active investment managers have struggled to match the performance of the S&P 500, which has resulted in an exodus of investors from expensive actively managed funds towards passive products.
However, one investment management firm that has managed to buck the trend is Christine Song’s Songbird Asset Management.
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Songbird is a value-focused asset manager. Its goal is to help clients find the most undervalued securities by using a proprietary screener and detailed research process.
Thanks to the efforts of Christine and her team, Songbird has produced a gross return for investors of 25% since inception at the beginning of 2011.
Songbird is one of the two firms profiled in next next issue of Hidden Value Stocks, ValueWalk's exclusive under the radar value stocks magazine. The next issue, which will be published later this week, contains six stock ideas, two of which are from Songbird and four more from other funds.
The companies profiled differ in shape and size but the one thing they all have in common is the fact that they fly under the radar of the rest of the market and offer hidden value.
Over the past two years, Hidden Value Stocks has profiled a total of 30 stock ideas, which have produced an average return of 25%. Some have doubled in value only a few months after publication.
The average gain has been enough to make the subscription pay for itself in just a few months. With these returns on offer, what have you got to lose?
Click here to sign up to Hidden Value Stocks today and receive exclusive access to the six new stock ideas when they are published later this week.
Hidden Value Stocks is published four times a year and each issue contains two interviews with value-focused investment managers from relatively unknown value firms. And each manager profiles two stocks which they believe are the most undervalued opportunities in today's market. We let the managers choose what companies they want to profile, but they have to be cheap and fly under the radar.