Chance Voight concentrates on buying shares in businesses at prices we believe to be substantially less than their underlying value. We are then relying on the market to correct this mispricing. Company valuations and share prices can move both up and down which is why Chance Voight looks for a substantial gap between our estimate of fair value and the current share price. Company valuation is an inexact science so we look for high probability situations with a valuation gap which is large enough to compensate for the uncertainty.
The potential risks and rewards of any investment will be set out in full in the relevant Product Disclosure Statement or Information Memorandum if and when that investment is offered.