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Morphic Asset Management is a global equity investment manager based in Sydney. It manages the Morphic Global Opportunities Fund for high net worth, retail and institutional investors.
The Joint Chief Investment Officers, Jack Lowenstein and Chad Slater, set up Morphic in 2012 after working together for many years at Sydney-based ethical fund manager Hunter Hall where they established an excellent track record.
In a world of “alternate facts”, one fact is undisputable: the globe is one degree warmer than what it used to be. So are we all toast? Can we do anything about this pessimistic scenario ?
Protect your downside! Morphic's head of macro and risk Geoff Wood presents our five top risk management tips for safer long term investment returns.
What we learnt from the CIA that told us when to cover our short position in Woolworths. Introducing the Alternative Competing Hypotheses analytic tool.
When its edge as America’s most trusted big bank promised compounding growth, we bought. As it started using accounting tricks to meet earnings guidance, we sold. When scandals broke over some of its business practices, we shorted. Here is why.
In this week’s blog, we outline our five calls for this half of outcomes that we think will NOT happen.
Each half, as part of our outlook for the coming six months, we provide a series of “anti-forecasts” for what will NOT happen over this period.
Woolworths announced that they had sold their Petrol and convenience store offering to BP for $1.8bn, whereas analysts had valued the business at less than $1.4bn. We think this is in fact a Claytons capital raising.
A recent academic study says you can predict a Fund’s performance from the Fund manager’s car. This is Jack's car...
Morgan Stanley recently published a bullish target price that may support our short theory on Tesla.
This week we look forward into what different markets may (or may not) do in response to a Trump presidency.