Quality and "The Middle Way" of Investing
Erick Rawlings, managing director, research, delves into the idea of quality investing. Rawlings contextualizes the underlying thesis by comparing it to the more well-defined styles of value and growth with hypothetical scenarios.
Capitalizing Culture As An Asset
In an industry focused on developing variant perceptions, most investors tend to create variance through interpretations of quantifiable metrics—brushing off intangible factors as immaterial to financial success. Alex Chown, Research Associate, states that through this approach, it’s common for investors to overlook the affect the impact culture has on the directional success or failure of an organization—potentially giving an advantage to those that do.