You Are Here!Rupert Hargreaves
Zeke Ashton’s Centaur Value Fund produced a return of -0.2% net to partners for the month of March, taking the fund’s year-to-date returns to +1.8% gross and 1.5% net compared to 6.1% the S&P 500. These returns may seem disappointing, but as usual, Centaur was carrying a high cash weighting during the quarter, according to a letter to investors reviewed by ValueWalk. The long term returns are better with 11.2% versus 8.9% for S&P 500 since . . .
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