The impending sale of Chelsea Football Club will prompt investors to reassess the value of Manchester United Plc after a sharp decline in the English Premier League rival’s shares…
A little over 3 years ago, we came together to found CRIMSON Asset Management and shortly thereafter, formally launched the CRIMSON Capital Growth Fund.
Fund manager Ken Jesudian beat the U.S. small-cap index last year with trades that gained from an economic snapback. Now he sees a new risk for 2021: the potential for a spike in inflation.
Ken Jesudian, co-founder, CEO, and CIO of CRIMSON Asset Management, joins BNN Bloomberg to discuss his U.S. small cap investment strategy.
Small companies have been a poor place to hide in an economy roiled by Covid-19, but one Canadian fund is beating the market by picking the ones that are thriving in the work-from-home era.
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