Datt Capital was featured in the Australian Financial Review (AFR) following the launch of our Small Companies Fund.
Emanuel provided commentary to the Australian Financial Review regarding investing on the basis of ChatGPT prompts and some fundamental elements required for the adoption of AI.
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The Future Fund is thinking of restarting its active equity programs with investments in small caps, according to CEO Raphael Arndt, but commentators are split on whether it will find the returns it needs.
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Datt Capital was mentioned in the AFR's Street Talk column, topping the Australian large cap equity tables.
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Last-minute Christmas shoppers were likely to have been frustrated by patchy stock levels or empty shelves for some gifts, contributing to forecasts that spending will fall short of 2020s bumper level.
Many retailers stacked their warehouses high in the lead up to Christmas, but the global supply chain crisis has still meant iPads, toys and hardware items have been hard to find, says veteran retail analyst Ben Gilbert.
ASX-listed explorer Adriatic Metals’ shareholder register has been blown open for the first time, paving the way for some big mining sector names to take a closer look at the company and its projects.
UK-based Adriatic Metals wants to dig for silver and other metals in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Its flagship project, Vares, was said to be worth $US1 billion on a net present value basis (discounted at 8 per cent), could deliver 113 per cent internal rate of return post tax and require $US173 million of capex, according to its definitive feasibility study.
Ask A Fund Manager: Datt Capital’s Emanuel Datt recalls the expensive lesson that taught him the importance of dollar-cost averaging.
The Motley Fool chats with fund managers so that you can get an insight into how the professionals think. In this edition, Datt Capital principal Emanuel Datt explains how a coal miner could possibly be a great investment and why it’s important to practise dollar-cost averaging.
Ask A Fund Manager
The Motley Fool chats with fund managers so that you can get an insight into how the professionals think. In this edition, Datt Capital principal Emanuel Datt reveals how he’s counting on his 2 largest holdings doubling in value in the coming year.
Emanuel Datt: Datt Capital seeks to identify high growth and special situation opportunities within Australian markets with no institutional constraint. We aim to exploit informational, analytical, behavioural and structural edges in a high prediction environment over time to really try and capture the right feel risks out there. Overall, we’re opportunistic and disciplined, with a strong emphasis on risk control.
12 October 2021
Datt Capital Absolute Return Fund posts 14.98%pa compound return as it hits three-year mark
Australian Equities boutique fund manager Datt Capital has marked the third anniversary of its
Absolute Return Fund by posting an annual compound return of 14.98%pa, almost 50% above the
ASX200 Accumulation index, a commonly used benchmark, which was circa 10% pa for the same
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