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Apr 23, 2019 | Paul Marcogliese

Since an initial blog on August 29th, 2018 outlining Cambridge?s fixed-income investment process and the tools we use to add value and control risk, we wanted to expand on that and provide greater detail, along with an example of the tools in action within Cambridge Bond Fund (the ?Fund?). ... read more

Apr 08, 2019 | Geoff Scott

We recently convened our quarterly Asset Allocation Committee meeting and would like to provide you with an update on our current views. In this meeting, we review our portfolio positioning, the performance of the underlying strategies in our Balanced portfolios, and each committee member shares their views on the risk/reward opportunities in their respective asset classes.... read more

Mar 25, 2019 | Robert Swanson

Amid the recent frenzy surrounding marijuana stocks, we outline why Cambridge believes that staying true to our investment philosophy is a net positive in the long term.... read more

Mar 08, 2019 | Brandon Snow

You can plan the most rigorous investment funds and process in the world, but it requires the right people to bring it all together. That?s why Cambridge considers the hiring process an integral part of our overall investment strategy. Not only does it reflect who we are as a team, but also impacts how we invest and grow your funds. Cambridge is excited to announce our expanded team with the addition of three new hires: Analysts Charles Morison and Oliver Shao, and Director of Investment Communications, Sonia Mahadeo. ... read more

Feb 22, 2019 | Stephen Groff

A recent opinion piece by Ian McGugan in The Globe and Mail highlighted a dubious distinction for Canada: it has the highest proportion of unprofitable listed companies in the world, according to research by Aswath Damodaran, Professor of Finance at the Stern School of Business at New York University. Based on Damodaran?s calculation of negative net income based on an equal-weighted metric, Canada topped the list with 75% of public companies failing to meet this measure of profitability, well above the U.S. with 45% and the global average of 30%. ... read more

Feb 08, 2019 | Paul Marcogliese

Nowhere is the legacy of the 2008 Financial Crisis felt so acutely than among banks globally. The near collapse of the banking system led to an overhaul of the regulatory framework governing banks, known as Basel III. International banking regulators were determined to reduce the risk of banks collapsing in the future by making them more resilient, thereby reducing the need for a government bailout in times of crisis. One result of these regulatory changes is the transfer of greater risk from governments to investors, which has created potential new opportunities for fixed-income investors. ... read more