At DuPont Capital, we believe share prices follow business fundamentals in the long run. However, chronic short-term thinking and behavioral biases can cause share prices to deviate from the fundamental value of a company. This creates investment opportunities for active managers.
We have found that different asset classes have different return drivers and factor sensitivities. We do not believe in a global ‘one size fits all’ approach, and prefer to focus on harvesting the specific risk premia we have identified through our differentiated research and insights.
We operate in an increasingly interconnected world characterized by rapid and disruptive innovation. We believe investment opportunities arise when the market misjudges the trade-off between valuation, quality, growth opportunity, agents of change, and company risk.
We believe a disciplined investment process coupled with a long-term investment horizon allows us to look past the transitory noise and volatility caused by short-term news flow and market sentiment to deliver better and more consistent risk-adjusted returns.
DuPont Capital’s active equity strategies seek to identify and target sustainable inefficiencies specific to the asset class. Within the US Large and Mid Cap space, DuPont Capital invests in companies with strong franchises, significant free cash flow (FCF) generation power, and value-generating ...Learn More
DuPont Capital focuses on exploiting asset class specific risk premia they have identified though their differentiated research and insights.
The firm’s EAFE High Conviction strategy aims to generate alpha over the long-term by taking concentrated positions in companies with unique ...
DuPont Capital focuses on exploiting asset class specific risk premia they have identified though their differentiated research and insights. Within Merger Arbitrage, the firms finds that traditional market participants focus on individual deal risk in M&A transactions, underestimating the cons...Learn More
Author: Lode Devlaminck, Managing Director, Equities
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Author: Edwin Davison, PhD, CFA, Associate Portfolio Manager and Senior Equity Analyst
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