The market showed strength and resilience in 2020, hitting all-time record highs in December. With promising vaccines, historically low interest rates, and strong fundamentals, there is optimism for equities in 2021.
Portfolio Managers Dave Ellison and Ryan Kelley discuss how a Democratic administration and a vaccine might affect financial stocks. They also provide their thoughts on current valuations and the attractiveness of payment processors.
Portfolio Managers Dave Ellison and Ryan Kelley provide their perspective on how banks are demonstrating resiliency in the face of low interest rates and the COVID-19 pandemic. They also discuss opportunities in large- and small-cap Financials.
Portfolio Managers Dave Ellison and Ryan Kelley provide their thoughts on the impact of coronavirus on the Hennessy Large Cap Financial and Small Cap Financial Funds. They discuss banks’ strong financial position, valuations, and recent portfolio changes.
Chief Investment Officer Neil Hennessy reviews current market fundamentals and shares his outlook for the coming year. He provides observations and insights on why he believes this extended bull market still has plenty of room to run.
Portfolio Managers Dave Ellison and Ryan Kelley discuss how interest rate cuts have affected banks, the health of the banking industry, currently low valuations, and opportunities in non-bank financials.
Financial Funds Portfolio Managers David Ellison and Ryan Kelley discuss the current strength and historically low valuations of the banking sector. They discuss growth drivers for banks and highlight the opportunity among diversified financial and fintech firms.
Our team of tenured Portfolio Managers shares their mid-year insights on what's ahead for investors. They provide opinions on the direction of interest rates, trade disputes, and renewed volatility in both equity and fixed income markets, and share their insights about where they believe investment opportunities exist today.
In the following commentary, Portfolio Managers Dave Ellison and Ryan Kelley discuss the reasons behind the selloff at the end of 2018, the outlook for short-term interest rates, and what they believe is the healthy state of the banking industry going into 2019.
Two key measures of the health of the banking industry have shown significant improvement and could point to continued solid profitability in the Financial sector in 2019 and beyond.