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Fund discloses two new positions in December portfolio report

The Mawer Canadian Equity Fund (Trades, Portfolio), part of Mawer Investment Management, disclosed this week that its top five buys for the second half of 2019 included two new positions and increased bets in three existing holdings.

Jim Hall and Vijay Viswanathan, managers of the Calgary, Alberta-based fund, seek long-term capital returns primarily on midcap and large-cap Canadian companies. The fund managers employ a highly disciplined, research-driven, bottom-up process to select stock investments.

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The fund releases its portfolio reports semiannually. As of the six months ending December 2019, the $3.11 billion

219 Views    James Li    2020-03-31 22:05
Discussion of markets and holdings

President’s message

The start of a new year is always a good time for reflection, and this year perhaps even more so as we move into the next decade. As I think back on the last 10 years, there have been many significant developments from a global perspective: the longest bull market in history; Apple unveiling the first iPad; Trump elected U.S. President (and impeached); the surge of Bitcoin; Twitter, Facebook, and Alibaba going public; unprecedented monetary policy intervention from central banks; Brexit; trade tensions between the U.S and China; protests in Hong Kong; and the list goes on.

From

57 Views    Sydnee Gatewood    2020-01-10 21:49
Commentary and updates on previous recommendations

We are joined this week by contributing editor Ryan Irvine, who gives us his outlook for the markets and updates some previous recommendations. Ryan is the CEO of KeyStone Financial (www.KeyStocks.com) and is one of the country’s top experts in small-cap stocks. He is based in the Vancouver area. Here is his report.

Ryan Irvine writes:

In the wake of last month’s decision by the U.S. Federal Reserve to hold interest rates steady, the tone and direction of North American equity markets has been decidedly negative. In fact, the S&P 500 is off around 4% since the Sept. 17

1018 Views    Gordon Pape    2015-10-05 14:19

Contributing editor Ryan Irvine joins us this week with a detailed review of some of his previous recommendations. Ryan is the CEO of KeyStone Financial and one of the country’s top experts in small cap stocks. He lives in the Vancouver area. Here is his report.

Ryan Irvine writes:

There has been a lot happening with some of the companies I have previously recommended in the Internet Wealth Builder so this week’s column is devoted to bringing you up to date. Let’s get right to it.

Merus Labs International Inc. (TSX:MSL) (MSLI)

Originally recommended on March 30/15 (#21513) at C$2.72,

1258 Views    Gordon Pape    2015-06-22 13:10

Contributing editor Ryan Irvine is back this week with some thoughts on when (and when not) to sell a security and some updates on previous picks. Ryan is the CEO of KeyStone Financial and one of the country’s top experts in small cap stocks. He lives in the Vancouver area. Here is his report.

Ryan Irvine writes:

When should I sell? This is one of the most frequent questions we hear. My glib (yet truthful!) answer: Never (ideally). I’ll come back to that shortly, but in the meantime, here are five reasons we do sell stocks.

Reason No. 1: Valuation.

2600 Views    Gordon Pape    2015-03-06 19:30
Founded in 1974, Mawer Investment Management has a team of over 90 people managing more than $14.3 billion in assets. Central to the portfolio managers’ investing approach is seeking wealth-creating companies, primarily measured by return on invested capital, with excellent management. They buy when these companies are trading at discounts to intrinsic companies judged by a discounted cash flow model, and diversify broadly. Amid the uncertainty in 2012, the firm built resilience in their portfolios through focusing on companies with margin of safety, balance sheet strength and good management. The three stocks they added to their portfolio in the fourth
665 Views    Holly LaFon    2013-03-29 20:59