James Davolos of Horizon Kinetics shared his perspective in a Q&A session at our special event, Intelligent Investing in Crisis Mode 2020.
James assessed risks and opportunities in the current market environment, arguing that companies with hard assets deserve closer consideration. He discussed several potential ideas, including:
- Gold streaming companies: Franco-Nevada (Canada: FNV), Wheaton (US: WPM), Osisko Gold (Canada: OR), Sandstorm Gold (Canada: SSL)
- Tankers: DHT (US: DHT), Euronav (US: EURN), Frontline (US: FRO)
- Shipping broker Clarkson (UK: CKN)
- Brookfield Asset Management (Canada: BAM)
- Blackstone Mortgage Trust (US: BXMT)
- Aker ASA (Norway: AKER) [previous presentation]
- Viper Energy Partners (US: VNOM) [previous presentation]
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About the instructor:
James Davolos is a Portfolio Manager at Horizon Kinetics LLC. He serves as Co‐Portfolio Manager to the Kinetics Internet Fund, an equity fund with approximately $150 million in assets, and he is an investment team member of the Kinetics Paradigm Fund, Kinetics Alternative Income Fund, Kinetics Global Fund, Kinetics Small Cap Opportunities Fund, and Kinetics Market Opportunities Fund, all of which are a series of Kinetics Mutual Funds, Inc. James is also directly responsible for a variety of custom and concentrated equity managed account strategies, is a Co‐Portfolio Manager on certain private funds, and is on the investment team across the core managed account strategies. He is a member of the Firm’s Investment Committee and Research Team, and is actively involved in research, valuation and portfolio allocation for many of the Firm’s high conviction investments. James joined the Firm in 2005 as a research analyst. He earned his undergraduate degree (B.B.A.) from Loyola University of Maryland in 2005, and his Master’s in Business Administrator (M.B.A.) from New York University in 2016.