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Montaka CIO Andrew Macken and co-PM Chris Demasi were the only duo on stage at the Sohn Hearts & Minds conference 2019. They shared two stock ideas which were both well received, gauging by the encouraging audience feedback. Read snippets about the Montaka stock thesis shared at the Sohn Conference as covered by Robert Guy …
Jemima Whyte, Jonathan Shapiro and Vesna Poljak published an article in the Australian Financial Review which elaborates Montaka CIO Andrew Macken’s views about why short sellers are increasingly being discredited thanks to quickly dished out half-baked research efforts. Typically, good short reports take a couple of months to play out. Read more on this by clicking here.
Vesna Poljak published an article in the Australian Financial Review which discusses our Kraft Heinz short thesis. We believe changing consumer tastes and unrealistic market expectations have created a golden opportunity to go against a large group of stocks. Read here.
Jonathan Shapiro published an article in the Australian Financial Review where he discusses how one of Buffett’s biggest positions, Kraft Heinz fell 30 per cent after it made a host of horror revelations. Jonathan mentions how the Montaka funds have been actively betting against Kraft Heinz. Read here.
Chris was previewed by the Hearts & Minds LIC (HM1). He articulates the investment thesis on Airbus which he pitched as a long idea at the Sohn Hearts & Minds conference in November last year and was selected by the HM1 Investment Committee as an investment in the LIC. Read here.
Jonathan Shapiro published an article in the Australian Financial Review which discusses Gillette. We have previously written on the challenges for big consumer brands and Gillette is a 117-year-old company which pioneered the disposable razor, but in the age of Amazon the big brands are under serious threat. Read here.