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Celebrating 12 Years Of Success

Laurium Capital Celebrating 12 years of success, financial journalist Malcolm Rees caught up with Murray Winckler and Gavin Vorwerg, co-founders of Laurium Capital to discuss their journey, tactics, and successes. Murray started his career as an industrial analyst with Ivor...
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Have South African’s Missed The US Recovery

The COVID-19 crisis lends itself to hyperbole (meaning exaggerated statements or claims not meant to be taken literally). However, in the case of COVID, many hyperbolic statements should be taken literally, particularly in financial markets. The chart below plots the...
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Why Laurium Has Bought Value

The boutique manager has shifted a meaningful portion of its overseas exposure in the Amplify SCI Balanced fund into the Russell 1000 Value Index. Last week Laurium Capital made a notable asset allocation switch in its balanced strategy. It moved...
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Resilience Is Forged In Africa

Throughout the current Covid-19 and Oil crises we have heard the overuse of Winston Churchill’s famous quote, “Never let a good crisis go to waste”. A crisis is all too often a relative term bandied about in everyday conversation. It...
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What To Look For In a Hedge Fund Manager

There are many investments that fall under the “alternative investments category”, the most common of which are hedge funds, private equity, commodities, real assets, direct investments in start-ups and private companies, and venture capital. All are very different in terms...
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Covid-19, The Ultra Marathon

At the time of writing (14 May 2020) we entered our 49th day of lockdown, with President Cyril Ramaphosa announcing that most of the country, except those areas with high rates of COVID-19 infections, would move to Level 3 of...
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