The bear market of 2020 was historic in terms of the speed and magnitude of the selloff. In times like this, when even seasoned investors could use some perspective, we strive to provide unparalleled thought leadership.
On March 20, 2020, within days of the first quarter market bottom, we penned an in-depth letter to our clients and partners. This client letter included eight main viewpoints intended to help our clients navigate an economy in turmoil. By providing this letter publicly, we believe it gives a window into how we provide long-term perspective to our clients and partners, which is part of our client-focused mission.
The client letter includes:
- Perspective on market selloffs/recoveries and emotional biases
- The steps we took to stress test our holdings
- How recessions can accelerate secular trends
- How we took advantage of short-term opportunities
- And much more
Please fill out the form on this page to access the letter in its entirety.
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