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Active Stock Picking in Canada’s Idiosyncratic Market


Sionna’s Relative Value Style

Sionna uses a relative value investment style – a pragmatic approach to capitalizing on the Canadian market, which is overweighted in resources. We consider cyclical stocks that more restrictive investing styles won’t. This provides a broader pool of prospective stocks.

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Sionna’s Intrinsic Value Model

Sionna’s relative value style calculates a stock’s intrinsic value using quantitative analysis with a qualitative “scrub test.” We pick stocks when they’re trading much lower than our calculations. We earn returns when they revert to intrinsic value.

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TheValueProposition BOOK:

The Value Proposition
Sionna’s Common Sense Path
to Investment Success

If you’re looking to build wealth over time, Kim Shannon’s new book covers a common sense approach that Sionna Investment Managers uses to manage money on behalf of its clients.

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Sionna Investment Research Competition –
Closed for 2013

The winner will be announced by April 30, 2014. The winner will receive $2,500 in cash and will have the opportunity to present the winning report to the Sionna investment team in Toronto.

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Using relative value investing to create wealth
for clients and institutions over the long term

A Message from Kim

“Human nature creates price/value schisms and fuels volatility – especially in sideways markets. The only way to beat a sideways market is with astute, active stock picking. Our relative value style is especially well-suited for the Canadian market.”

Kim Shannon, President and CIO 

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Canadian Board Diversity Council / Conseil canadien pour la diversité administrative
Sionna Investment Managers is proud to be a
Founding Member of the Canadian Board Diversity Council