Portfolio Overview – Dec 2019 The Fund returned -1.78% net of fees for the month of December 2019. The portfolio’s largest positive contributions for the month came from long positions in Fortescue Metals Group and Pushpay Holdings and a short position in Whitehaven Coal while largest detractors were long positions in Treasury Wine Estates, Japara […]
The Fund returned +3.80% net of fees for the month of November 2019. The portfolio’s largest positive contributions for the month came from long positions in Xero, Cochlear and CSL while largest detractors were short positions in Virgin Money UK plc, Caltex Australia and a long position in National Australia Bank.
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The Australian Eagle Trust Long-Short Fund won the Best Long-Short Equity Fund award 2019 as judged by The Australian Alternative Investment Awards.
Research house SQM has given a ‘superior’ rating of 4.25 stars to the Australian Eagle Trust Long-Short fund .
Australian Eagle Asset Management’s Sean Sequeira recorded a 16.27 per cent return for his long-short fund, after fees, and 19.23 per cent before fees.
Fortescue was a winner: the stock has more than doubled this year.
“The improvement of their cashflows was still not recognised by the market,” he recalled.
Australian Eagle Trust Long-Short Fund celebrates 3 years of consistently strong performance.
The Fund returned +2.15% net of fees for the month of May 2019. Approaching 3 years of operation, the Fund has returned +19.95% p.a. since inception (Jul 16), outperforming the ASX 100 index by +7.95% p.a.
Alleron Investment Management has relaunched as Australian Eagle Asset Management, looking to gain a stake in retail and differentiating from its past as an exclusive wholesale and institutional operation.
Australian Eagle Asset Management, which used to be Alleron, went long Treasury Wine Estates shares at $4. The way Australian Eagle CIO Sean Sequeira saw it, the downside was limited: it had only $300 million of debt and a small but dazzling source of growth.