After working for several years in both the investment banking and the hedge fund industries in New York City, Harsha Gowda saw the need for a different type of investment company that focused on generating long-term returns for investors. Indeed, Harsha’s friends and family members continually sought his investment advice and expertise for their own savings. And therefore, Harsha founded BlueShore Capital Management (“BlueShore”) in late-2006.
BlueShore differentiates itself by following a straightforward but unique, value-based investment strategy. Typically, the investment management industry suggests creating a diverse stock portfolio of 100s of different companies in scores of different industries. In contrast, BlueShore invests in a handful of deeply researched and highly undervalued public equities. BlueShore believes that great investment opportunities are extremely rare, and when found, they aim to invest aggressively.
BlueShore looks for various characteristics when evaluating companies including: tangible assets such as real estate, seasoned and trustworthy managers, and most importantly, attractive stock prices. Moreover, BlueShore actively engages with its companies’ management teams to both aid and accelerate value creation.
Why focus on an undervalued stock? The key here is to buy stocks that are intrinsically worth more than their current trading price. The concept appears to be simple, however it takes a lot of research and analysis to determine whether a stock is attractively priced. Fortunately, with nearly 20 years of experience, BlueShore has a proven strategic process in identifying such opportunities.
Since 2006, Harsha has continued to grow BlueShore both organically as well as through referrals from his current investors. Recently, following his move from the Northeast, Harsha has enlisted the help of #TeamElevate to establish a new base in the Tampa Bay Community.
To learn more about BlueShore Capital Management, contact Harsha Gowda at Harsha@blueshorecap.com .
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