Emles portfolio manager, Nathan Miller, recently appeared on an episode of Kevin Cook's Mind Over Money podcast. The two discussed how to recognize value stocks in an overvalued market.
In the podcast interview, Miller and Clark discuss how Emles Alpha Opportunities ETF (EOPS) swims against the current, searching for value and shorting stocks he thinks are ridiculously overvalued. Miller shared:
"We run a value contrarian fund. And it's always difficult to short things in bull markets, because the market can be irrational and expensive names can get way more expensive than they deserve... But it helps to take a step back and look at the forest rather than the trees."
The Emles Alpha Opportunities ETF (EOPS) is an equity long / short strategy that combines deep value investing and catalyst trading. EOPS invests in value stocks of North American companies, with a focus on “old economy” sectors like industrials, consumer discretionary and materials. The fund is actively managed and uses long and short positions to potentially capitalize on price dislocations. As such, the Emles Alpha Opportunities ETF (EOPS) seeks to be an effective portfolio option for investors looking for capital appreciation across market cycles. While the ETF is a new portfolio, the team has decades of experience implementing this strategy for hedge funds and family offices.
Check out the full podcast episode by clicking on the image below or the link here.
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