WHAT WE DO

We advise investors that fear stock market failure through a low-turnover, differentiated value discipline seeking wonderful companies to build wealth.

All investors aspire to build wealth in the stock market. Our company understands how frustrating and illogical the stock market can be. We have been involved in stock markets for 40 years and had success despite these shortcomings.

Smead Value Fund

Mutual fund for US investors who would like to invest with Smead Capital Management.

Smead International Value Fund

Mutual fund for US investors who would like to invest with Smead Capital Management.

Smead US Value UCITS Fund

Mutual fund for non-US investors who would like to invest with Smead Capital Management.

OUR ADVICE

Our company advises with a discipline that has proven success over long periods of time.

A Sharpe Rebuke

We are closing in on what we think may be the question of the decade. If a majority of stock market capitalization in the US is passive or indexed, does this cause problems for stock markets? Bloomberg columnist John Authers addressed this conundrum by saying, “Logic dictates that not all assets could be run passively. If that were to happen, the market would stop functioning and cease to have any use in pricing and allocating capital.” We disagree with the ceasing to function. Markets were made by God to clear, but one question remains: at what price? […]

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Recession Fear Investing

A recession is two consecutive quarters of economic contraction. Historically, highly inverted yield curves like we have now are predictive of recessions. The 10 Year Treasury Bond interest rate has dropped from 4.3% at the peak to 3.5% currently, even as the Federal Reserve Board reinforces the idea that short rates will be taken above 5%. This has created very high short rates relative to longer-term rates reinforcing the recession predictions. […]

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Not the Cool Kids

[…] In the stock-picking world of the last 40 years, we consider Warren Buffett, Charlie Munger, Peter Lynch, John Templeton and other long-duration value investors to be the “cool kids.” They took dramatically less risk by investing where others feared to tread and required a high margin of safety. They bought part of a company as if they owned the entire business. […] 

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WHO WE HELP

Our investors are individuals, advisors, family offices and institutions globally who invest with the firm through its mutual funds, separate accounts and other investment vehicles.

US INVESTORS

Individual Investors

Financial Advisors, Family Offices,
and Institutional Investors

NON-US INVESTORS

Individual Investors

Financial Advisors, Family Offices,
and Institutional Investors

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