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Investment ideas that actually deliver, underpinned by activist investors.

We use activist investing as a tool to find the best investment ideas around, acting as an idea generator for hedge funds and individual investors. We provide  weekly activist investing and hedge fund updates, as well as deep dives into activist targeted stocks.

What we do?

  • We provide daily updates on activist campaigns, as well as weekly robust recaps. This includes insight and context for the activist investor involved and whether their thesis will work. 
  • We also do deep dive into activist targeted stocks, ones that we're actively buying. 
  • We look for potential activist targets and also provide ad-hoc emails that include detailed profiles, useful analysis and intelligence on the shareholder activism community. 
  • We send out a quarterly newsletter recapping major activist investing trends and what the major activist investors are buying and why. 

Our subscribers?

  • Media companies looking for story ideas and to stay in the know when it comes to shareholder activism and activist hedge fund trends. 

  • Fortune 500 companies and small-cap management teams looking to stay up to date on activists that might be targeting their companies or their peers.  

  • Hedge funds that are looking for idea generation help. This includes event-driven funds and asset firms that are looking to piggyback activists or find the next activist target. 

  • Law firms, proxy solicitors and shareholder activism departments at big banks that are looking to find new clients or offer their services. 

Why we follow activist investors?

What is activist investing?

  • One of the great and underrated ways to find investment ideas is to follow activist investors and activist hedge funds—these are investors who, in an effort to unlock shareholder value, buy a stake in a company and then pressure, or work with the company to take steps to get the stock price higher. By working with management activists help get a company to cut costs, split in two, spinoff a lagging business or sell the entire company.
  • Now, You may not like some of the big name activists, such as Carl Icahn and Bill Ackman, but they over the long-term they've made serious money. We follow the big name activists, but also the smaller activists that push for change at smaller companies—hedge funds and stocks that the media overlooks, creating great opportunities for investors. 
  • A Columbia, Duke and Harvard study has found that companies targeted by an activist actually performed better—in terms of as businesses and stock price—five years after the activist’s campaign began. Many of the activists aren't short-term investors, but have a commitment to create long-term value. We look at activist investors track record, industries where they have success, how they do with board seats, their best thesis—such as spin offs, cost cuts, etc. 




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