Energy Stocks Remain Undervalued, Says World’s Best Performing Hedge Fund Manager | Josh Young
Josh Young is the founder and chief investment officer of Bison Interests, an energy investment fund whose returns since October 2020 are ranked #1 in the HFM database. Young argues that, despite the phenomenal performance of the energy sector over the past 18 months, there are upstream producers that remain extremely undervalued relative to their current cash flows.
Young explains why he thinks many of the major oil companies are “burning capital” and why he prefers smaller producers that are not on the radar of many investors flooding into the space. He shares his views on ESG, divestment, and the idea of a “carbon bubble.”
This conversation is not investment advice.
Filmed on May 27, 2022.
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(01:01) Supply Constraints
(21:38) Is Energy Investing Just A Bet On The Price Of Oil?
(33:04) Risks To The Energy Trade
(56:14) Company-Specific Analysis
(1:17:14) Is There A Carbon Bubble?
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