Value Investing requires profound analysis, steely discipline and lots of patience.

We follow Value Investing. Although its results are the most consistent in the medium to long run, this investment philosophy, made famous by Warren Buffett, is followed by very few professionals.

Value Investing demands that the clients' interests are put first and foremost. 

It is simple and, maybe because of that, so few practice it.

It is the best approach for the protection and growth of your patrimony in the long run with excelent returns, consistency and limited risk.

Investment Principles

We seek to buy solid assets that pay dividends and, in time, will allow capital gains.

Investing in theses assets demands delayed gratification from the investor. It also requires that the investor ignore market noise.

Investors who allocate capital in great assets at cheap prices and are willing to wait will achieve above average returns.