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Changing energy sector strategy. | 10% short, 90% long. | Equal weight within short and long positions. |Short leg: 8 energy companies with highest carbon footprint tradeable in LON, Nasdaq or NYSE and Stockfuse | According to CAI 2019, 6 companies with biggest carbon footprint between in 1965 and 2017 tradeable in stockfuse + two companies with biggest carbon footprint in 2017 accoring to M.J. Bradley & Associates 2017 | #2 per CAI
LONG |XOM |Company represents energy -industry, which we believe will endure the effects of the pandemic. HCC invests in carefully picked stocks that we believe will perform well despite the ongoing state of the world economy. Most stocks in our portfolio have distinct characteristics such as low P/B or low P/E and they are well established. Each stock has a weight of 3 to 8% in our portfolio.
XOM, long position. Our fund's investment strategy is passive value investing. We focus on buying the stocks that have a high book-to-market ratio compared to its sector's peers from the S&P 100 list. Thus, following our strategy, this stock offers a good expected return on investment and a maximum weight of 5% ($60k) is allocated. This is in-line with our portfolio’s target leverage of 1.2.
I want to diversify my portfolio by investing in multiple industries. The oil industry is a volatile market and has faced lots of challenges lately. I believe this a good time to buy because the stock is extremely cheap and can produce high returns if it starts to perform better in the near future.