Sandhill Chief Equity Analyst Rick Ryskalczyk joined the Barron’s Streetwise podcast with Associate Editor Jack Hough to discuss how passive investing is impacting the stock market. As significant numbers of baby boomers begin to draw down on their retirement accounts—many of which are invested in the same passively-managed index funds—Rick and Jack speculate on how this could affect future equity valuations and examine why this may help to uncover exceptional investment opportunities.
After a difficult year for investors, and with an expected recession looming, Buffalo’s financial services firms must plot a careful course to protect and grow their clients’ wealth. The stock market has been growing almost interrupted for more than a decade. Now that it’s in turmoil, investors are turning to financial pros for security and comfort, according to Richard Ryskalczyk and Shant Goubrial, Co-Managing Partners at Sandhill Investment Management.
The flip of the calendar should be an indication for businesses to perform critical year-end planning and to focus on the important tasks that will prepare the company for the year ahead. Sandhill Managing Director Jonathan Amoia was featured on a panel of financial industry experts to discuss the essential information and important strategies that entrepreneurs need to know to properly prepare their businesses for end-of-year investment and tax planning.
Sandhill Chief Equity Analyst and Co-Managing Partner Rick Ryskalczyk joined RIA Channel Founder and CEO Julie Cooling to discuss the firm’s flagship Concentrated Equity Alpha (CEA) strategy, its differentiated approach to active management, and its history of consistent performance. Leveraging its bottom-up, collaborative research methodology, Rick explained how the Sandhill Research team can consistently uncover companies across the size spectrum that are most likely to win long-term.
When it comes to investing clients’ assets, Sandhill Investment Management’s approach can be summed up quickly: do deep research to find the best opportunities across the market-cap spectrum, package those ideas in a concentrated portfolio where each position adds value, and don’t get so lost in the numbers that you miss the intuitive, long-term growth trend. In a brief interview with InvestmentNews, Sandhill founder Edwin “Tim” Johnston III discusses what sets his investment firm apart.