Justin Braitling of Watermark Funds Management gives his take on why they’re holding onto more capital than before, plus the sectors he’s eyeing for opportunity.
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In this Video from Ausbiz, Justin Braitling of Watermark Funds Management gives his take on why investors shouldn’t dive back into a temporary rally so quickly.
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In this article from the Australian Financial Review, Tony Boyd talks to Watermark’s CIO Justin Braitling, about Australian Leaders Fund (ALF) protecting investor’s capital through this crisis.
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Update from Justin Braitling (CIO): Watermark Funds Management
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In this article by David Rogers at the Australian, Justin Braitling discusses the risks that face investors given the current economic backdrop and the importance of genuine diversification in a portfolio. He also highlights the upcoming launch of the Watermark Global Leaders Fund, a global market neutral strategy designed to provide uncorrelated returns while hedging share market risks.
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In this article from the Australian Financial Review, Jonathan Shapiro talks to Watermark’s COO Tim Bolger, about the increasing interest in Australian hedge funds, from investors in the US and Asia. With fund performance across the domestic peer group turning heads while funds in other regions struggle, investors looking for rare sources of uncorrelated alpha returns are discovering that that Australian hedge funds have a lot to offer
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In this interview from the Australian Financial Review, Justin Braitling talks with Philip Baker about the outlook for the global economy and the repercussions of increasingly aggressive interest rate policies from central banks around the world.