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Value Machine Fund

Value Machine Fund

ValueMachinesFund derives its investment strategy from the wisdom of successful investors like Warren Buffett. This strategy centers on building a diversified portfolio of "compounder" companies. These compounders are selected for their distinctive qualities:

Strong Competitive Position: The fund focuses on companies with a solid competitive advantage, which can arise from factors like strong brand recognition, proprietary technology, or cost efficiencies.

Opportunities for Profit Reinvestment: ValueMachinesFund seeks businesses with ample chances to reinvest earnings for sustained growth through initiatives like research and development, expansion, or strategic acquisitions.

Shareholder-Friendly Management: The fund prefers companies led by management teams dedicated to enhancing shareholder value, often through practices like dividend distributions and prudent capital allocation.

The core belief is that these companies are more likely to yield consistent, above-average returns over time. By diversifying investments across such companies, ValueMachinesFund aims to create a resilient portfolio capable of withstanding market volatility and delivering attractive returns over the long term. Like Warren Buffett, the fund's managers prioritize patience and a long-term perspective, capitalizing on the compounding effect to benefit their investors with sustainable growth and value.

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VanEck has a history of looking beyond the financial markets to identify trends that are likely to create impactful investment opportunities. We were one of the first U.S. asset managers to offer investors access to international markets. This set the tone for the firm’s drive to identify asset classes and trends—including gold investing in 1968, emerging markets in 1993, and Exchange Traded Funds in 2006—that subsequently shaped the investment management industry.

Today, VanEck offers active and passive strategies with compelling exposures supported by well-designed investment processes. The firm’s capabilities range from core investment opportunities to more specialized exposures to enhance portfolio diversification. Our actively managed strategies are fueled by in-depth, bottom-up research and security selection from portfolio managers with direct experience in the sectors and regions in which they invest. Investability, liquidity, diversity, and transparency are key to the experienced decision-making around market and index selection underlying VanEck’s passive strategies.