While O’Reilly Automotive is a leader in the automotive aftermarket parts industry in the U.S., the company’s recent acquisition of Mexico-based Mayasa Auto Parts illustrates the company’s greater goals to expand its operations internationally.
NVR is one of America’s leading home builders. With its uniquely “asset-light” balance sheet and focus on operational efficiency, the company has created a hard-to-replicate business model.
Portfolio Manager Ryan Kelley, and American Gas Association (AGA) executives Gary Gardner, Vice President of Corporate Affairs, and Richard Meyer, Managing Director, Energy Markets, shared their insights on the natural gas industry as well as investment opportunities.
Portfolio Manager Tad Fujimura shares his insights on Japan’s economic recovery, small-cap valuations, attractive sectors, and notable additions and deletions from the portfolio.
In the following commentary, the Portfolio Managers of the Hennessy Equity and Income Fund (HEIFX/HEIIX) discuss the outperformance of value-oriented stocks, merger and acquisition activity, and a few high conviction holdings. They also share their views on interest rates and where they are finding fixed income opportunities.
As factory automation systems appear in factories throughout the world, Japanese companies are slated to be major beneficiaries - both as producers and users of robotics.
Masa Takeda of Tokyo-based SPARX Asset Management Co., Ltd., subadvisor to the Hennessy Japan Fund, discusses economic activity during the pandemic, the new Prime Minister’s initiatives, current valuations, ESG investing, and his outlook for Japanese investing in 2021.
Over the last decade, strong growth in production has allowed the U.S. to become a net exporter of natural gas. Both liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports and pipeline exports to Mexico have been growing rapidly, and significant further growth is forecast.
In the following commentary, the Portfolio Managers of the Hennessy Technology Fund Portfolio discuss the Fund’s strategy, investment process, and portfolio construction.
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.