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.
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.
It was a rare good year for stock pickers, with the median actively managed fund over the 12 months beating the benchmark S&P/ASX 300 accumulation index (which includes the impact of dividends) by 13.8 per cent to 11.9 per cent.