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Microequities pushes into private deals with new $50 million fund

Small but mighty Microequities Asset Management is looking at an early close for a new $50 million fund for private companies and those readying to go public early.

by Australian Financial Review

Microequities boss Carlos Gil buys businesses not shares

Carlos Gil knows that when a chief executive gets up at an annual meeting and says the macroeconomic environment was a problem for their company, that is a classic red flag for investors.

by Australian Financial Review

Investing in Micro-Cap Companies with Carlos Gil

Carlos shares with us his investment philosophy and journey. He also explains the factors he considers to be most important when analysing a small-cap business and its management. 


by CNBC TV Asia in In the Media

Interview with CIO Carlos Gil

Carlos Gill, CIO at Microequities, explains why microcaps, which are companies with below $300 million market value, offer good returns as Fed hike looms.


by CNBC TV Asia in In the Media

Microcaps accepted as mainstream by SMSFs

SMSF investors have accepted micro-caps as a viable asset class now more than ever, with the trend anticipated to continue into global investments.

by Self Managed Super in In the Media

Boom in disruptive stock listings but pick with care

Disruption may be an overused piece of jargon, but it does describe a phenomenon that’s shaking up business. 

by Australian Financial Review in In the Media

Eight smaller stocks with good dividends

For income investors parched by low cash returns, it’s worth looking at yield opportunities in small and mid-cap stocks – with the caveat that what you need are undervalued, quality companies with the potential to lift dividends in the medium term.

by Australian Financial Review in In the Media

Interview with CIO Carlos Gil

by Qantas Inflight Entertainment: Talking Business with Alan Kohler in In the Media

What investments do you like at the moment?

Ask the professional: Carlos Gil, Microequities Asset Management

by Australian Financial Review

Microequities Asset Management chief Carlos Gil says small businesses known as microcap companies are struggling to attract investors.

by Australian Financial Review in In the Media

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