We believe stock prices are affected by human biases. This creates a risk that investors are not compensated for taking,
a risk we call the H-FactorTM. We take a probability-based approach
to stock selection, removing vague and ambiguous information from the analysis and, instead, we focus on what we know for certain.
The result is outperformance that is not attributable to common "risk factors" and is instead related to the ability of a company
to deliver the results necessary to support its stock price.