Montreal Hedge Fund
Montreal Hedge Fund BT Global Growth was founded in 2006 by Mr. Paul Beattie and Mr. Jacques Lacroix. Since inception, the Fund has consistently delivered alpha returns. With a strict focus on growth with downside protection, BT Global Growth Fund generates superior money-making ideas out of stocks trading at low cash flow valuations and offering a “margin of safety” to investors.
BT Global Growth uses minimal leverage to generate investment returns. Management is focused on disciplined trading to reduce investment risk. Learn more about BT Global Growth Fund as well as the Fund’s investment strategy.
Montreal Hedge Fund BT Global Growth is a value-oriented, long/short equity product created to provide an investment vehicle for high-net-worth investors to augment their portfolio returns, through long-term capital appreciation. Learn more about out Investment Philosophy and our idea generation process.
Since inception, the Fund has generated a net return of 12.22% per year (as of December 31, 2021).
We have had the great pleasure to invest capital on behalf of some of the most successful business executives in Canada. Our Fund’s focus is to exploit the inefficiencies often found in the Canadian capital markets.
If you are considering diversifying your existing portfolio, we invite you to contact us today to discuss potential investment opportunities. It will be our pleasure to answer your questions and talk to you about your investment objectives, our Fund as well as our various investment themes. We also invite you to visit our Market Insights section where we often share our thoughts about alternative investments as well as our media appearances.
Paul Beattie on the MoneyTalks Podcast We invite you to listen to Michael Campbell’s MoneyTalks Podcast with Paul Beattie as the guest. Listen to Paul Beattie and Michael Campbell here.…
We invite you to view Paul Beattie’s presentation given at the MoneyTalks Conference. The topic: My Top Stock Picks for 2021 Watch Paul and the other Keynote Speakers here. If…