The investment strategy applied by Galatians Capital focuses on growth.
Galatians Capital uses a bottom up stock selection investment style to find companies with potential for high revenue and earnings growth. Companies with product innovation, sustainable market advantage and that have a management team with solid leadership behind them. The firm applies both technical and fundamental analysis.
Technical analysis - use of chart patterns, candlesticks, moving averages and other indicators to identify trends.
Fundamental analysis - use of multiple screeners, dissecting latest company releases, and following up on market analysts covering specific companies. Creating future earnings models and valuations for each of the companies the fund owns or is following.
The firm invests at least 50% of its net assets in technology companies of varying market capitalizations and may invest up to 25% of its net assets in foreign companies, including emerging market companies and American Depository Receipts.
Galatians Capital maintains a long bias, high conviction, concentrated portfolio of 30-40 companies. The positions in a single company will generally not exceed 5% of the firm's gross assets.
Thematic approach to investing, using the #TDT20-3 strategy.