Global Investment Society's In-House Research
We are a passionate group of student investors trying to improve both the quality and quantity of our research. We currently have over 10 investment analysts that create research packets on a variety of market segments & products, including: stocks, bonds, commodities, and other macro trends.
While we do not have a required investment strategy, we usually target growth and value with an emphasis on macro-based investing. We are not seeking any compensation with our reports and are only focused on investment ideas that genuinely interest us.
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Our Investment Research Teams
Sector Agnostic Long/Short U.S. Equities. The focus of this team is to identify domestic opportunities across the growth and value spectrum throughout the market. In stock picking, the emphasis will fall heavily on financial analysis and growth strategy analysis.
International Credit (Corporate + Sovereign), Commodities, Equities, and Forex. The focus of this team is to apply macroeconomic principles to identify future volatility across international trade and capital markets. Investments will heavily rely on event-driven mispricing and market movement.
Global Alternative Investments across Credit, Equities, and Derivatives. The focus of this team is to invest in exotic alternative opportunities across asset classes regardless of geography and sector. Investments will heavily rely on growth opportunities or mispricings.
Sector Agnostic Long/Short U.S Credit. The focus of this team is to identify relative value in High Yield, Distressed, or Stressed credit markets. Investments will heavily rely upon downside protection principles and recovery opportunities.
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The content and opinions of this report are written by university students from the University of Southern California, Global investment Society. The Global Investment Society is not responsible for any direct or indirect loss resulting from decisions made based on this report. The opinions in this report constitute the opinions of the Global Investment Society and does not constitute the opinion of the University of Southern California, nor any governing or student body department under the university.