Hedged Value

Managed by Cable Car Capital LLC

-1.3% Last 30 days 1.0% Last 90 days 2.9% Last 365 days 0.15 Sharpe Ratio -9.1% Max Drawdown

Hedged Value

Managed by Cable Car Capital LLC

-1.3% Last 30 days 1.0% Last 90 days 2.9% Last 365 days 0.15 Sharpe Ratio -9.13 Max Drawdown
Risk score
Strategy Stocks
AUM fee 1.5%
Requirements
• Investment minimum: $30,000
• Margin account
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Cable Car Capital invests globally in public companies. The firm screens public companies using an intensive, fundamental research process that seeks to identify mispriced securities using a value-oriented approach with a multi-year time horizon. Cable Car Capital capitalizes opportunistically on shorter-term or special situation (e.g. spinoffs, reorganizations, merger arbitrage) opportunities while maintaining a concentrated core portfolio of contrarian/out-of-favor but high-quality longs and over-hyped or mismanaged single-name shorts. For non-U.S. public companies, Cable Car utilizes American Depository Receipts which are called ADRs. These are receipts of shares of foreign companies that trade on the U.S. stock market exchanges.

Research

Cable Car Capital conducts detailed bottom-up financial analysis of companies and industries through careful reading of public filings, questioning of management, discussion with industry experts, and financial forecasting. Cable Car observes assets over time and seeks attractive entry points at inflection points in the business.

Approach

Cable Car Capital looks for investment opportunities in assets priced below intrinsic value, irrespective of whether or not they have a low multiple. The firm treats each long or short stock selection as a discrete investment in its’ hedged long/short portfolio. Cable Car seeks to invest in situations with a favorably skewed risk/reward profile, ideally with a margin of safety and in which it has a differentiated view from other market participants.

Allocation discipline

Cable Car’s portfolio is concentrated and typically holds 5-10 long positions and  10-15 short positions. No single holding will represent more than 30% of net assets. Gross and net exposure, cash allocation, and number of holdings are functions of idea flow rather than target weightings. As a result, Cable Car may hold fewer positions. In general, Cable Car Capital maintains a net long bias and smaller individual position sizes on the short side. Position size is based on conviction and valuation.

Sell discipline

Cable Car Capital closes positions that have reached its estimate of fair value, where the risk/reward tradeoff is no longer acceptable, or where events have disproven the underlying thesis. The firm also opportunistically takes advantage of unwarranted price changes to adjust position weightings.

Exceptions

None.

All performance information on this page is based on the performance of the Portfolio Manager’s account. Client performance may differ. This information was calculated on November 17, 2017.

Daily returns
Performance
S&P 500
Manager (net of fees )
Last 30 days -1.3% 0.7%
Last 90 days 1.0% 6.3%
Last 365 Days 2.9% 17.9%
Since inception (Annualized) 15.0% 11.0%
2017 (YTD) 5.1% 15.2%
2016 9.2% 9.5%
2015 26.6% -0.7%
2014 3.9% 11.4%
Risk metrics (last 365 days)
S&P 500
Manager (net of fees )
Volatility 10.9% 6.8%
Sharpe Ratio 0.15 2.44
Sortino Ratio 0.18 3.26
Maximum Drawdown -9.1% -2.8%
Value-at-risk (95%, 1 week) -2.5% -1.6%
Additional metrics (last 365 days)
vs. S&P 500
Information Ratio -1.2%
Alpha 1.63
Beta 0.11
R-Squared 0.0%
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About Cable Car Capital LLC

Cable Car is a registered investment adviser managed by Jacob Ma-Weaver, CFA. Jacob started his career in corporate finance at McKinsey & Company, then helped cover global retail and telecom companies at Dodge & Cox before working as a generalist long/short analyst at Amici Capital.

Investment process

Cable Car has a concentrated, hedged, value investing approach. What does this mean? Let’s look at each of the three concepts individually. Concentrated: Cable Car takes significant positions in its best ideas, which may lead to higher volatility. Each investment has an individually attractive risk/reward profile. Hedged: Cable Car maintains positive net exposure, but utilizes short positions to help protect capital throughout market cycles. Value: Cable Car seeks investment opportunities in assets priced below intrinsic value, irrespective of whether or not they have a low multiple. Cable Car prefers to invest with a margin of safety and a differentiated view from other market participants.

Important Information

  1. Past performance is no guarantee of future results, and all investments, including those in this portfolio, involve the risk of loss, including loss of principal and a reduction in earnings.  
  2. All performance information on this page is based on the performance of the Portfolio Manager’s account, using the manager’s own funds. Portfolio Manager’s pre-IB Asset Management performance information may include performance of non-IB Asset Management client accounts. Performance of the Portfolio Manager's account is calculated by IB Asset Management on a daily time-weighted basis, including cash, dividends and earnings distributions and reflects the deduction of broker commissions. Manager returns include trades and positions that fail IB Asset Management's trading rules, as a result, actual client returns will differ. IB Asset Management advisory fees are simulated and applied retroactively to present the portfolio return "net-of-fees".
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  9. This portfolio was launched on IB Asset Management on August 22, 2013.
  10. The Portfolio Manager could use short selling to manage this portfolio. Short selling is more complex than simply owning securities, involves a high degree of risk, is highly speculative, and is not suitable for all investors. The risk of loss associated with short selling is virtually unlimited. Short selling may also involve additional expenses and risks, including hard-to-borrow stock charges and buy-in risk. You should only select a portfolio using short selling if you are comfortable with the level of risk involved in short selling.
  11. The Portfolio Manager could use borrowed funds or leverage to fund investments in this portfolio. Leverage indicates the level of margin utilized and is calculated by dividing gross exposure by portfolio net liquidation value. Leverage involves a high degree of risk, is highly speculative, and is not suitable for all investors. Leverage increases both the amount you may lose and the amount you may make in a portfolio, leading to higher returns in the case of favorable market movements but also larger losses under adverse market conditions. You may also incur additional expenses associated with borrowing funds. You should only select a portfolio using leverage if you are comfortable with the level of risk involved in using leverage.