All Cap Core Equity
Our All Cap Core Equity Strategy is designed to play both offense and defense. It is a diversified portfolio of
40-80 securities that reflect our investment team’s most compelling investment opportunities, regardless of market capitalization, style orientation, or location. Our investment professionals attempt to identify structural changes that translate into investment themes, while our risk management approach seeks to protect client capital by hedging against market risk. The strategy aims to keep non-U.S. securities and/or ADRs to a maximum of 15% at cost.
An Overview of Our All Cap Core Approach
We typically begin with a broad universe of large, mid, and small cap securities and we evaluate those investment opportunities in light of any possible undercurrents of structural economic, political, social, demographic, and/or industry-specific change. This top-down, macro-economic perspective can often identify drivers of sustainable growth, and opportunities where we can seek to capitalize on market inefficiencies.
Fundamental security analysis involves thorough financial statement analysis, peer comparative analysis, valuation modeling, and management assessment. Each member of our entire investment team acts as a generalist in the research process. This serves to maximize analyst coverage in each security and brings individual thought to investment considerations.
We apply deliberate focus on risk management to every step of the investment process. Our primary consideration is always the protection of capital, therefore, risk mitigation is employed at the macro, portfolio and individual security levels.
The objective of the All Cap Core Equity strategy is to capture the upside of a positive market, while protecting the portfolio against the downside risks of a negative market.
The Roosevelt All Cap Core Equity Strategy is available in separate accounts through separately managed account programs at various broker/dealer and financial intermediary firms.
International investing presents certain risks not associated with investing solely in the U.S., such as currency fluctuation, political and economic change, social unrest, changes in government regulations, differences in accounting and the lesser degree of accurate public information available. Micro-, small-, and mid-cap investing involves greater risk not associated with investing in more established companies, such as greater price volatility, business risk, less liquidity and increased competitive threat.
There is no guarantee that this or any investment strategy will succeed; the strategy is not an indicator of future performance; and investment results may vary.
Our Investment Approach.