Portfolio Manager Masakuzu Takeda discusses market sentiment regarding investing in Japan and the investment philosophy of the Hennessy Japan Fund.
Co-Portfolio Manager, L. Joshua Wein, shares his insight on recent market activity. He advocates that investors stick to a plan and a repeatable disciplined process.
Portfolio Manager David Ellison discusses the Fed's decision to leave rates flat and shares his thoughts about why he believes this is good news for banks and the overall economy.
Hennessy BP Midstream Fund Portfolio Manager, Ben Cook, shares his insights on key trends driving performance for midstream energy companies and discusses the outlook for the sector and investment opportunities for 2019.
Toby Loftin, Portfolio Manager, shares his insight on a Russia-OPEC partnership and what it means for global oil prices. He says that technology has made resources more available and believes U.S. production will continue to grow.
Toby Loftin, Portfolio Manager, highlights the investment philosophy and strategy of the Hennessy BP Energy Fund. He shares his thoughts on the U.S. energy sector and stocks that support U.S. energy independence in the long-term.
Portfolio Managers David Ellison and Ryan Kelley recap changes they’ve seen in the market over the last few decades and expound on the challenges of managing financial-sector portfolios, expanding their investing opportunity set, the misuse of the term “fintech”, and some of their financial sector stock picks.
Following the recent annual rebalance of the Hennessy Cornerstone Mid Cap 30 Fund, Portfolio Manager Ryan Kelley, discovered two underlying themes of the fund: Consumer Spending and Economic Growth and Capital Expenditure.
Hennessy Funds Chief Investment Officer Neil Hennessy shares his insight on the market and why he believes a recession isn’t likely in 2019.
Hennessy Funds Chief Investment Officer Neil Hennessy doesn’t think the market is headed toward a recession based on unemployment and interest rates and other factors.
Opinions expressed are subject to change at any time, are not guaranteed, and should not be considered investment advice.
DOE refers to the Department of Energy. EIA refers to the U.S.Energy Information Administration. FERC refers to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
References to other funds should not be interpreted as an offer of these securities.