List of the “Top 20 Female Portfolio Managers in the U.S.” according to Citywire includes Buffalo Fund manager Nicole Kornitzer, one of only 7 women to be included in consecutive years.
Nicole Kornitzer, Buffalo International Fund co-portfolio manager, discusses her team’s approach to finding premier growth companies that are poised to take advantage of global trends.
Nicole Kornitzer (Buffalo International Fund co-PM) described her team’s top-down strategy of studying secular growth trends within the health care industry and identifies 3 companies which are well-positioned to benefit from these long-term trends.
Josh West and Chris Carter, Buffalo Mid Cap co-portfolio managers, discuss a variety of issues affecting their investment strategy, including the current interest rate environment, globalization, the growth of ESG investing, and Millennials.
Diversification does not assure a profit, nor does it protect against a loss in a declining market.
Active investing has higher management fees because of the manager’s increased level of involvement while passive investing has lower management and operating fees. Investing in both actively and passively managed mutual funds involves risk and principal loss is possible. Both actively and passively managed mutual funds generally have daily liquidity. There are no guarantees regarding the performance of actively and passively managed mutual funds. Actively managed mutual funds may have higher portfolio turnover than passively managed funds. Excessive turnover can limit returns and can incur capital gains.
We get to know the companies we invest in and learn how they run their business.
Top-Down & Bottom-Up
We identify Top-Down broad, secular growth trends and search for companies from the Bottom-Up.
We construct our portfolios based on our own proprietary investment strategy.
Sticking to our disciplined investment strategy ensures we maintain a consistent, balanced approach.