Hennessy Focus Fund Portfolio Managers David Rainey, Brian Macauley and Ira Rothberg discuss portfolio diversification within their concentrated portfolio and how their "watch list" helps to identify new investment opportunities. They also share their views on current equity valuations and the qualities they look for in management teams of portfolio companies. Read More
Hennessy Cornerstone Growth Fund Manager, Brian Peery, discusses the Fund's investment criteria and notable changes to the portfolio following the most recent rebalance, including market cap and sector weightings. He also shares his insights into which sectors might benefit the most from new policy proposals by the Trump administration. Read More
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