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Investment Philosophy

Cambridge seeks companies building long-term economic value. These companies tend to have three characteristics:

This conservative bottom-up approach involves intensive fundamental analysis using a variety of techniques that examine the "value" and "growth" characteristics of a company, while taking into account higher-level economic considerations. The team looks for attractive investment opportunities in all geographies, market cap sizes and across the capital structure.

In addition to these core holdings, Cambridge aims to take advantage of shorter-term opportunities created by mispricing in the market. Depending on a fund's flexibility and risk profile, a portion of the portfolio may be invested in companies where the following holds true: