Columbia Wanger

Columbia Wanger

Last Update: 08-13-2015

Number of Stocks: 205
Number of New Stocks: 13

Total Value: $15,552 Mil
Q/Q Turnover: 5%

Countries: USA DEU
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Columbia Wanger Watch

  • Euclid Advisors' Largest Buys During the Second Quarter

    At the end of the second quarter of 2015, hedge fund Euclid Advisors reported a total value of its portfolio of $5,065 million, with a decrease of 6.96% since the previous quarter. During the quarter, it bought 249 new stocks and increased 97 of its stakes. The following are the most heavily weighted buys during the quarter.



      


  • Columbia Wanger Sells 22 Stakes in Second Quarter

    Chicago-based Columbia Wanger (Trades, Portfolio) serves mostly investment companies, managing mutual funds for its clients. It prides itself on taking a restrained approach, pinpointing risks to achieve consistent returns.


    Columbia Wanger (Trades, Portfolio) bought 13 new stakes in the second quarter, but it was the stakes the firm sold out that got the most attention. Columbia Wanger (Trades, Portfolio) sold 22 stakes in the second quarter.

      


  • Mariko Gordon's Highest-Performing Stocks

    Mariko Gordon (Trades, Portfolio), CFA, is the founder of Daruma Capital Management. She started the firm in 1995 with zero assets. The firm is 100% employee-owned and manages $2.3 billion for public and corporate pension plans, endowments, foundations and individuals.


    Her portfolio is composed of 48 stocks and has a total value of $2,237 million with 5% Q/Q turnover; the following are the stocks of her portfolio with the highest return since her last trade on Q1 2015

      


  • Denver-Based Cimarex Energy Is Facing Problems

    In this article, let's take a look at Cimarex Energy Co. (NYSE:XEC), an $11.73 billion market cap company, which is an independent oil and gas exploration and production company with operations in the Mid-Continent, the Permian Basin and the Gulf of Mexico.


    Fund's positions

      


  • Arnold Schneider's Undervalued stocks trading with low P/E

    Arnie Schneider is president, chief investment officer and principal of Schneider Capital Management which is an employee-owned institutional investment manager located in Wayne, Pennsylvania. The company helps clients produce superior results over time through a disciplined, value-style investment approach and professional service. He manges a portfolio composed of 97 stocks and seven of them were bought during the first quarter of the year. Total value of the portfolio is $790Mil with 17% Q/Q Turnover.


    The following are stocks that look undervalued according to the Discounted Cash Flow model and that are trading with very low P/E so they are even trading at very cheap price.

      


  • Predictable and Undervalued Companies - Part I

    With these articles, I want to highlight all the companies that according to GuruFocus have a predictable business and are undervalued according to the Price/DCF (Average). I also apply another filter to those results to give you just the companies that have a significant EPS growth rate.


    When a company is undervalued but earnings are growing, we can believe that sooner or later Mr. Market will take care of the price.

      


  • Ametek Offers Good Opportunities for Growth

    In this article, let's take a look at Ametek Inc. (NYSE:AME), a $12.84 billion market cap company, which is a leading global niche-market manufacturer of electronic instruments and electro-mechanical devices.


    Growth Drivers

      


  • A Look at Columbia Wanger's Recent Stock Picks

    Columbia Wanger (Trades, Portfolio) has over 100 years of experience as one of the nation's largest asset managers and many of the funds consistently recieve 4 or 5-star ratings from Morningstar.


    Last week, the firm announced its launching of the Columbia Adaptive Alternatives Fund (CLAAX), a liquid alternative mutual fund that allows retail investors access to a diverse portfolio of alternative investments.

      


  • Steven Cohen Adds New Holding in Pier 1

    Steven Cohen (Trades, Portfolio) of Point72 Asset Management purchased a new holding in Pier 1 Imports (NYSE:PIR) on Sept. 18, increasing his stake in the chain of home furnishings stores to 4.98%, according to GuruFocus’ Real Time Picks.


    Cohen increased his holdings to more than 470,000 shares in September 2013 when Pier 1’s stock rose to one of its highest points at $22.61. The hedge fund manager then sold almost 97% of his stake when the prices began to decrease.

      


  • Columbia Select Large-Cap Value Fund

    Fund performance


    Excluding sales charges, Class A shares of Columbia Select Large-Cap Value Fund underperformed the fund’s benchmark, the Russell 1000 Value Index, for the quarter ending June 30, 2014, returning 3.77% vs. 5.10%. Stock selection was decidedly positive in a number of industries, particularly oil exploration and production, but those results were more than offset by lagging individual performers in food, banking, pharmaceuticals, information technology and refining. For up-to-date performance information, please check online at columbiamanagement.com.

      


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User Comments

Mocheng
ReplyMocheng - 1 year ago
most of the performance data are available on the funds website. Gurufocus should hire someone to go there and compile this data, that will make the premium subscription worth the fee..
Mocheng
ReplyMocheng - 1 year ago
Goforit,
I agree, they should put more performance data into each gurus.
Goforit
ReplyGoforit - 1 year ago
How are premium members of GuruFocus supposed to evaluate the list of Gurus when more often than not there is no historical performance records. Most of the time the "profile/performance" tab does not have anything on performance. Why not? Maybe it should just be called the "profile" tab. This is very frustrating.

Also, if you do not have the performance record, then how do you even know that they deserve to be in the Guru list? Maybe they should not be listed?



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