Overview

GMO’s Focused Equity team believes that high quality companies have a sustainable competitive advantage that allows them to be excessively profitable for many years into the future, while low quality “junk” companies lack sustainable competitive advantages and generally have risky business models. The GMO Quality Spectrum Strategy contains a concentrated long book of high quality companies and levers the long portfolio by shorting a diverse portfolio of “junk” companies, with an emphasis on valuation. The Strategy expects to generate equity-like returns over time, with the long quality/short junk element designed to provide a bulwark against market drawdowns.

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Risks

Risks associated with investing in the Strategy may include: Equities Risk, Short Investment Exposure Risks, Focused Investment Risk, Currency Risks, and Smaller Company Risks.