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We believe investors can fortify their portfolios to achieve better risk-adjusted returns and reach their financial goals with greater certainty. Our videos give viewers a close look at our approach to portfolio construction and how our strategies fit into more traditional portfolios.  
  • Picton Mahoney Fortified Income Alternative Fund

    Phil Mesman, Head of Fixed Income breaks down the investment process used by his team, including hedging tools, both long and short, to help mitigate risks in the Picton Mahoney Fortified Income Alternative Fund.

    Run time: 3 min 14 sec

  • Picton Mahoney Fortified Market Neutral Alternative Fund

    David Picton explains how adding a market neutral strategy to a portfolio can improve its overall risk and return dynamics.

    Run time: 4 min 39 sec

  • Strategy in focus: Alpha Extension

    Style diversification is one of the many ways to diversify a portfolio. David Picton discusses how an alpha extension strategy invests long in positive-change companies that have momentum attributes and shorts companies that are the opposite. This combination has historically yielded handsome risk-adjusted returns while seeking the same level of market risk as traditional equity portfolios.

    Run time: 5 min

  • Strategy in Focus: Long/Short

    David Picton explains how Picton Mahoney’s fortified investment process is used to build long/short portfolios and the potential impact of adding a long/short exposure to a traditional equity portfolio.

    Run time: 4 min 28 sec

  • Picton Mahoney Fortified Multi-Strategy Alternative Fund

    Michael White, Portfolio Manager, Multi-Asset Solutions, breaks down the four levels of fortification used to build the Picton Mahoney Fortified Multi-Strategy Alternative Fund, the firm’s one-ticket solution to alternatives exposure which utilizes all the capabilities of our investment team at Picton Mahoney.

    Run time: 4 min 10 sec

  • Quality of Returns: Why does it matter?

    At the heart of Picton Mahoney’s approach to portfolio construction is the concept of quality of returns. Our premise is that portfolios built to maximize the quality of returns generally provide investors with greater peace of mind when market volatility strikes while seeking to keep losses to acceptable levels. Learn about quality of returns and why they matter.

    Run time: 2 min 08 sec

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