Causeway has two skilled research groups — one fundamental, one quantitative — that scour the global equity markets, translating information into ideas.
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Fundamental Research and Quantitative Analysis
What Happened to Hedge Fund Alpha?
In this webinar, Sarah Ketterer, MacDuff Kuhnert and Ryan Myers identify drivers of the last decade's decline in hedge fund alpha, and reveal ways to identify rare and valuable "pure alpha" from hedge fund managers.
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On October 20, 2014, Causeway Capital Management LLC announced the launch of Causeway International Small Cap Fund. The Fund invests primarily in common stocks of companies with small market capitalizations located in developed and emerging markets outside the U.S.READ THIS ARTICLE
Introducing Causeway International Small Cap Fund
Our October newsletter introduces Causeway International Small Cap Fund, and explores how we access lucrative opportunities in developed and emerging markets small cap stocks. READ THIS ARTICLE
What Happened to Hedge Fund Alpha?
In our July 2014 newsletter, we focus on the elusive “alpha” component of investment return, which is not derived from beta (a measure of an asset’s sensitivity to market movements) or common factor risks. Alpha matters because it captures the portion of returns that moves independently of stock market cycles. READ THIS ARTICLE
The Long and Short of Hedge Fund Misconceptions (Series)
What if a lot of what we think we know about hedge funds isn't true? In our four-part series of papers, Causeway's investment team offers unique viewpoints about hedge fund misconceptions.READ THIS SERIES
Global Opportunities in Technology
Technology stocks have presented two related challenges for global value investors: valuation and geographic concentration. Nevertheless, Causeway has found overlooked opportunities in the sector. Our April newsletter sheds some light on investing in information technology stocks.READ THIS ARTICLE
Although more efficient, on average, than its foreign peers, the US equity market invariably offers opportunities to exploit mispricing. The breadth and depth of the US equity market lends itself well to a developed markets portfolio without geographic limits.READ THIS ARTICLE
The Banking Evolution
Causeway portfolio managers, Conor Muldoon and Alessandro Valentini, explain the Causeway rationale for banks in the years ahead.READ THIS ARTICLE
Emerging Markets: Shoot First, Ask Questions Later?
Portfolio managers Arjun Jayaraman and MacDuff Kuhnert address the challenges facing emerging market equities, and why now might be the right time to buy.READ THIS ARTICLE
Synergy for Better Performance
Causeway’s senior quantitative analyst, Joe Gubler, and fundamental portfolio manager, Conor Muldoon, discuss how our fundamental and quantitative research team collaborate to evaluate emerging markets equities.READ THIS ARTICLE
Income — at the Right Price
Causeway fundamental portfolio manager Kevin Durkin sheds light on energy’s undervaluation in global equity markets, and our quantitative research team examines how high a price investors will pay for peace of mind.READ THIS ARTICLE
Hope Over Experience in the Japanese Market
Investors are optimistic that aggressive new monetary and fiscal policy will jumpstart the Japanese economy and revitalize the country’s long-suffering equity market.READ THIS ARTICLE
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