Update on the Ensemble Fund (ENSBX)

7 February 2017 | by Sean Stannard-Stockton, CFA

Most of the posts here at Intrinsic Investing focus on the portfolio holdings of Ensemble Capital and our investment philosophy. But with 2016 representing the first full calendar year for the Ensemble Fund, our publicly available mutual fund, we want to take the time to share an update on our performance. The press release below discusses the fund’s performance and our view on active investing during a time when investors are shifting towards passive funds.

You can learn more about the Ensemble Fund HERE, track our performance each month HERE and see the full holdings HERE.

If you’re unable to view the embedded image below, please click HERE to view the press release.

 

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