Greenwich Wealth Management LLC

US Equity All Cap Undervalued



  • Strategy Stocks
The Portfolio Manager believes that investors are more likely to outperform over the long run if they hold stocks that are undervalued. The investment strategy is to identify stocks that have an intrinsic value greater than the current market price. While the portfolio usually has a value tilt, growth stocks are included if they are determined to be undervalued. A wide range of market capitalizations are included; however, the Portfolio Manager tends to avoid stocks that have market caps of less than $800 million. This is a concentrated investment strategy with approximately 10 to 20 individual stocks at any one time. ETFs are sometimes used in order to add exposure to certain industries and sectors.
The Portfolio Manager uses various filtering techniques that take into consideration a number of factors including his macroeconomic views. He then applies his conservative discounted cash flow model to identify stocks that are undervalued. He conducts further research on the remaining stocks by reading through press releases and documents filed with the SEC.
The Portfolio Manager  uses various initial screens then applies a conservative discounted cash flow analysis on the remaining companies to find stocks that are undervalued. Further fundamental research is done by reviewing each company’s press releases and SEC filings. The valuation model is refined as new information comes out that might affect the stock’s intrinsic value.
The portfolio is concentrated, holding approximately 10-20 stocks at any time. Stocks are weighted approximately equally and the portfolio may be rebalanced periodically.
The Portfolio Manager periodically revalues all positions using a conservative discounted cash flow model. He adjusts variables in the model based on new information regarding the company’s prospects. Stocks are sold when the Portfolio Manager determines they are no longer undervalued based on this model.
The Portfolio Manager recognizes that sometimes momentum can drive stock prices higher. As a result, he may choose to keep a stock in the portfolio even if his analysis determines that it is no longer undervalued.

Portfolio Manager performance

-1.3%

Last 30 days

30D

2.3%

Last 90 days

90D

-

Last 365 days

365D

Quarterly vs S&P500

Quarterly vs S&P500

Risk score

  • -

    Best quarter

  • -

    Worst quarter

    • 1% fee
    • $20,000 min
  • Required: Margin account

Portfolio Manager performance graph

All performance information on this page is based on the performance of the Portfolio Manager’s account. Client performance may differ. Client account performance is displayed on the client dashboard.

Performance Portfolio inception May 18, 2017

as of August 16, 2017 Manager (net of fees ) S&P 500
Last 30 days -1.3% 0.4%
Last 90 days 2.3% 4.3%
Last 365 Days - 13.3%
Since inception 2.3% 4.3%

Risk metrics Last 365 days

This portfolio is new to IB Asset Management and does not have 365 days worth of daily performance data required for us to calculate risk metrics.

Exposure

27.9%
23.3%
19.8%
9.5%
9.2%
  • Consumer, Non-cyclical
  • Consumer, Cyclical
  • Technology
  • Communications
  • Energy

Top 5 securities

10.2%
10.0%
9.8%
9.8%
9.5%
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Latest transactions Average trades per month 0.7

Executed Symbol Security Type Price
August 03, 2017 IBM International Business Machines Corp Buy $145.17
August 03, 2017 SPLS Staples Inc Sell $10.18
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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".
  3. None of the performance information displayed on this page is based on the actual performance of any IB Asset Management client account investing in this portfolio. The performance in an IB Asset Management client account invested in this portfolio may differ (i.e., be lower or higher) from the Portfolio Manager’s account performance based on any trading restrictions imposed by the client (resulting in different account holdings), time of initial investment, amount of investment, frequency and size of cash flows in and out of the client account, applicable brokerage commissions, and different corporate actions. Clients investing in this portfolio may view the actual performance of their investment in this portfolio by logging into their IB Asset Management account and reviewing their customized dashboard.
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  8. Not all transactions listed will appear in accounts due to IB Asset Management's trading rules and individual client constraints. Eligibility of these securities is monitored periodically, and may change over time. Actual client investment holdings may vary.
  9. 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.
  10. 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.