Our investment in this company is another example of the Invesco Energy Fund discipline in action: Find quality companies that are oversold by the market and are run by an incredibly strong management team. Keeping a long-term perspective is key to finding value. We’re not investing for the next two or three weeks; we see a very compelling investment opportunity when we look out two to three years.
1 Source: Bloomberg L.P., as of Sept. 4, 2015
2 Source: Company reports
3 Sources: Company reports and Invesco analysis
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This article was written by Norman MacDonald, a portfolio manager for Invesco Energy Fund and Invesco Gold & Precious Metals Fund.