Seizert Capital Partners On the Elements of Style

Seizert, Gerald; Sullivan, Kevin
April 2006
Investment Management Weekly;4/24/2006, Vol. 19 Issue 16, p7
Focuses on the core-style of investing practiced by Seizert Capital Partners. Financial products offered by the firm; Quantitative model used by the company in the stock market; Approach used by the firm in which they isolate three areas of alpha.


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