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Best Fundamental Funds Hire World’s Top Special Situations Advisor, The Distressed Report

With investors overwhelmingly concerned about ‘what’ extra value the market can give in 2014, leading global event driven value funds are expecting to outperform the market next year through “a wave of pending special situations”, according to a recent survey by leading international equity research advisor, The Distressed Report (TDR).

Real equity special situations are difficult to find. This is the reason so many well-known deep value funds are using their research budgets to get the highest quality research available from proven advisors like TDR. They generate 3-5 ideas per month exclusively for their subscription based clients, TDR have a significant track record of beating the market.

“Right now, from all major sectors we have deep catalyst research on over 30 screened stocks. All names being both $2bn+ each, with good liquidity. All have value unrecognized by the market”, states Ryan Mendy of TDR.

Examples of their TDR’s Global Catalyst Ideas:

From Europe, TDR’s research spotted the +40% restructuring upside in $7bn Paris based, chemicals specialist, Arkema SA (AKE). They made clients over +50% this year.

Also from the US: Adobe Systems, Inc. (ADBE). TDR’s analysis revealed to their clients the lack of value the market was giving to Adobe’s market strength, limited downside, expansion into tablet apps and cloud services and shift to subscriptions. A very rewarding call it was too, it made their clients over +70%.

With equity markets delivering record highs in 2013 and a potential correction looming, investors could be wise to be allocating funds into the special situations asset class to continue generating profits.

You can click here to contact The Distressed Report or to review samples of their institutional analysis and pricing / subscription costs.

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