International Select

Innovation is global. The next “big thing” could come from anywhere in the world.

To take advantage of non-U.S. growth opportunities, Navellier launched the International Select Portfolio in 2007. This actively managed portfolio employs the firm’s time-tested, quantitative investment process and seeks inefficiently priced stocks with opportunities for long-term price appreciation.

Navellier International Select Portfolio Highlights

  • Disciplined investment process that uses quantitative and fundamental screens
  • Dynamic process that adapts to market changes
  • Proprietary country weighting system that ranks countries based on their reward versus risk potential
  • Veteran portfolio manager, James O’Leary, CFA, has managed the portfolio since its inception

Features

  • Globally diversified portfolio with exposure to over 20 countries
  • Bias toward developed markets, but has the opportunity to invest up to 20% in emerging markets, at purchase
  • Investment in high quality, international stocks with growth potential
  • Reduction in political, economic, and currency risk by investing in developed markets and high quality companies

Investment Process Overview

  • Identify companies with strong reward (alpha) / risk (standard deviation) ratios
  • Screen companies for superior fundamentals that explain their performance and support their future growth potential
  • Evaluate country specific risk and construct a diversified portfolio across countries, sectors, and industries

Investment in equity strategies involves substantial risk and has the potential for partial or complete loss of funds invested.

Performance results presented herein do not necessarily indicate future performance; investment in equity strategies involves substantial risk and has the potential for partial or complete loss of funds invested. Results presented include reinvestment of dividends and other earnings. None of the stock information, data and company information presented herein constitutes a recommendation by Navellier or a solicitation of any offer to buy or sell any securities.