Data as at 30 November 2021
Past performance is not a guide to future performance.
1I class Acc shares, net of fees priced at midday UK time, source: Bloomberg. 2 IA Global Sector average, source: Lipper. Performance data for period 11/09/2017 to 30/11/2021.
Fund Manager’s Comment
- Cov-flation - The opportunities for investors in this unique inflationary environment - 01 December 2021
- Where do revenues actually come from? Blue Whale’s guide to Sector Diversification - 02 August 2021
- Beyond quality investing - We're looking for truly beautiful companies - 04 March 2021
- Blue Whale’s Stephen Yiu on why he loves inflation, but isn’t interested in China - 19 November 2021
- The Big Interview: Blue Whale's Stephen Yiu brings fresh eyes to UK stockmarket - 01 November 2021
- No second fund on the horizon for Blue Whale but a trust could happen - 08 October 2021
- Blue Whale 4th Anniversary Q&A with Peter Hargreaves - 28 September 2021
- Luxury – Undisruptable? - Blue Whale Summer '21 Q&A - 05 July 2021
- The Internet’s Biggest Landlords - Blue Whale Summer '21 Q&A - 05 July 2021
What We Do
- Aim to buy and hold high quality businesses at an attractive price.
- In-house research underpinning a high-conviction portfolio of 25-35 stocks.
- Significant resources dedicated to internal financial modelling and proprietary valuation metrics.
- Focus on a genuinely active, valuation-driven approach.
The Investment Objective of the Fund is to achieve capital growth over any five year period, after all costs and charges have been taken.
In selecting investments for the portfolio, the Investment Manager will identify companies which, based on its analysis, meet the following criteria:
- have the ability to grow and improve profitability over the long term;
- have a current valuation that is attractive relative to their future growth and profitability.
The Investment Manager will select companies from a broad range of geographies and sectors with no particular sector or style bias.
- UK UCITS-compliant.
- Assessment of company specific risk factors, including those related to ESG, that might materially impact the business’s sustainable return on investment.