ZURVY News and Headlines - Zurich Insurance Group AG
Founded in 2001, the fund is part of Sarah Ketterer (Trades, Portfolio)'s Causeway Capital Management. The portfolio managers of the Los Angeles-based fund utilize a bottom-up, research-based investing strategy to identify value opportunities from among mid-cap and large-cap companies mainly in developed international markets, though it may invest up to 15% of total assets in emerging markets. The fund's strategy also prefers companies that return cash to shareholders through dividends or
The fund operates as part of New York-based value investing firm Tweedy, Browne Co. LLC. The fund's management team invests in a diverse number of undervalued companies from developed countries to achieve long-term capital growth.
During the quarter, the largest changes for the fund's portfolio consisted of selling out of the holdings in Antofagasta PLC (LSE:ANTO) and Royal Dutch Shell PLC (XAMS:RDSA), as well as reducing its positions in Novartis AG (XSWX:NOVN), Zurich Insurance Group AG (XSWX:ZURN) and Nestle SA (XSWX:NESN).
These stocks have shown positive performance over the past week, month, year and three years.
Further, shareholders of these stocks are enjoying a higher earnings yield than the 4.57% monthly return holders of 20-year high-quality market corporate bonds are receiving from their investments. This means the following stocks have a price-earnings ratio, which is the inverse of the earnings yield, of 21.88 or less.
Returns are as of Feb. 28.
These large-cap stocks also pay dividends and have moderate-to-high financial strength ratings from GuruFocus.
French integrated oil and gas company Total SA (TOT) has climbed 0.14% over the
If world markets take it on the chin in the coming weeks, I would consider it an intermediate-term buying opportunity – for some sectors. If Europe, in particular, is hit hard enough to provide great opportunities, we’ll be at least selective buyers. If we can buy cheaply enough, I’m OK holding even if we didn’t get the lows. We buy in a range of value; we aren’t trying to get the exact low!
One possibility many are considering is the Global X FTSE Greece ETF (GREK). Let them. Me? I won’t touch it. Yes, it closed cheap on Thursday
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