At First Eagle, we subscribe to a notion once put forth by renowned investor Warren Buffet: “Price is what you pay; value is what you get.” By first defining the fundamental character of a business
Rather than committing to one market or the other, the highly selective investment approach used to manage the First Eagle Global Fund may serve as a bridge between the familiarity of domestic equi
The virus-related surge in unemployment has likely increased the share of households at risk of falling short in retirement.
Watch a replay of Matt McLennan on Bloomberg TV, where he shared his thoughts the potential shift in leadership within market and what he favors most within the value segment.
While growth stocks have continued to outperform, their market values in most cases have increased at a far greater rate than their revenue and cash flow.
The price of gold was pulled by many crosscurrents in the third quarter. The key factors included the advance and retreat of the coronavirus, positive and negative news about progress on a vaccine, the uncertain fiscal outlook, political tensions surrounding the US elections and the changing values of the dollar and the euro.
Though China fell into the first economic contraction in its modern history as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, it has rebounded markedly and looks poised to be one of the few countries to post G
While many pundits have confidently expounded on industries they think will flourish/suffer under a new Biden or second Trump presidency, we believe the future of economies and investment markets c
Matt McLennan, head of First Eagle’s Global Value team, appeared on Fox Business to talk about the parallels between the 1960's and now, most notably in the fundamtenal transition in the currency markets.
Gold’s unique risk-return characteristics have given it the rare ability to maintain its real value in both inflationary and deflationary environments, while also serving as a potential hedge again
The integration of emerging markets into the global economy in recent decades has lifted hundreds of millions of people out of poverty.
Portfolio Managers Matthew McLennan, Kimball Brooker and Matt Lamphier discussed the ongoing market volatility, the impact it had on portfolio performance during the first
“Don’t fight the Fed.” This old adage has been proven right over many short time periods, second quarter 2020 the most recent among them.
Gold’s unique risk-return characteristics have given it the rare ability to maintain its real value in both inflationary and deflationary environments, while also serving as a potential hedge against extreme equity market drawdowns and thus a source of resilience for stock portfolios.
Entering 2020 there were a variety of indicators—including massive sovereign and corporate debt balances, the continued debasement of man-made money, and heightened political tensions.