Browse through our various publications and discover why it's only our investment approach that's "boring."
The Art of Boring™ Blog
Oil is certainly an imperfect choice for powering our world; however, our reality is that we are forced to choose between imperfect alternatives.
Quarterly Investment Newsletters
Monetary policy “normalization” returned as a major theme this quarter. As indicators for the global economy continued to show signs of strength, central bankers in many major economies—e.g., U.S., Canada, China and Europe—have signaled that the end of a very loose monetary era is nigh. Markets may be facing an important inflection point.
We are often asked to describe our investment style. Is it Growth? Is it Value? While these are two common styles in the investment industry, Mawer’s doesn’t fit neatly into either box. And even among the “mixed” style definitions, GARP—or “growth-at-a-reasonable-price”—doesn’t quite fit the bill.
Bayes for days: What to do with signal
Kara Lilly, CFA
We need to ask: what is the best way to deal with new information? Fortunately, there is a tool that can help us with this problem: Bayes’ Theorem.
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Finding opportunities in a time of higher interest rates, fuller valuations, and increased risk.