We share the five podcasts from Montaka that stood out for us in 2022 and make for great listening.
In this article, we curate five essays from Montaka that are both interesting and important for investors. They contain important information, insights and lessons as we head into 2023.
As we step into 2023, it’s a good time to step back and share 5 vital reasons why Montaka’s portfolio is a valuable addition to the portfolios of clients – and of our own.
Extrapolation trap: Despite the recent growth slowdown, we remain bullish on the long-term structural growth of 2 key industries
As we see reports of decelerating growth this year and into next year, some investors may be questioning their outlook. These industries have not entered a ‘new normal’ of permanent slower growth. The slowdown is cyclical, not structural.
Montaka CIO, Andrew Macken shares why he believes there is a strong likelihood that Meta will significantly outperform the very low expectations that are currently embedded in Meta’s stock price.
The case for investment optimism: 4 tech advancements that will underpin long-term returns (and the 3 stocks you need to profit from them)
With so much bad news abound, it can be difficult to see any light amidst the economic darkness. But in engineering labs all around the world, extraordinary advancements in technology are being made. In the not-too-distant future, the economic cycle will turn, and the market’s myopia will fade. And when it does, the new market opportunities unlocked by today’s technological advancements will come into focus.
Taking a closer look at the Montaka funnel which not only describes our investment process, but also helps explain the relative stability of our portfolio (which might seem unusual, particularly during the recent bear market).
Bargain hunters alert! Spotify shares have fallen 75% from their peak in 2021. Should you panic? We don’t think so. Here are 4 key reasons why Spotify can materially increase its earning power in future years and why the stock is way undervalued in our opinion.
The year so far has been quite shocking for investors who are probably wondering when the turbulence will end. Given that, we take a step back and look at 5 key charts that provide some perspective on the current environment for investors.
What if we owned all of Microsoft? This article takes a detailed look at how we implement the ‘private equity’ approach to public equities. We also shed light on why we believe that Microsoft is an $US11 trillion opportunity.
The economic times of the day are challenging to decode. But a valuable step in making investing just a little less difficult is to focus on businesses with strong advantages- ones that provide mission-critical value with limited competition. What exactly separates advantaged from disadvantaged businesses?
By taking a private equity approach to investing in the public equity markets in this difficult market, investors can harness the “best of both worlds” and still make superior returns over the long term.