Please note that any documents prepared prior to 2017-01-18 were not intended for public distribution, as Askeladden Capital Partners LP was relying on Rule 506(b) rather than 506(c) of Regulation D. Therefore, while new investor-facing letters and pitchbooks will contain a new disclaimer, and Askeladden’s 12/31/2016 letter has been revised to include this disclaimer, please note that any materials published prior to 1/18/2017 do not have this disclaimer, and you must read the full disclaimer at the bottom of this page.
If you can even call it a pitchbook…
Askeladden Investor Letters
January 2019 – MOI Global Best Ideas conference
September 2018 – Focused Compounding podcast
September 2017 – Zurich Project podcast
Systems Thinking (January 2017)
Primary Research (August 2016)
Askeladden Idea Writeups
A number of writeups are available on our FAQ page.
MATERIALS DISCLAIMER: Data is estimated, unaudited, and provided for directional color only. Past performance is not a predictor of future results. We do not expect our future annualized returns to approximate our historical annualized returns due to factors including: worse luck, a larger asset base, elevated equity market valuations, fewer investment candidates that meet our qualitative and quantitative underwriting criteria, smaller position size limits than were in place during Askeladden’s first year, and other miscellaneous items. Please consult your monthly statements from Fund Associates LLC for actual returns. For “Since Inception” numbers, Index performance is rounded to the nearest whole percentage point; ACP performance is rounded to the next lowest full percentage point. For YTD numbers, both are rounded to the nearest whole percentage point. Decimal points have been excluded so as not to convey a level of precision that these estimates are not intended to convey. Net returns are calculated assuming a hypothetical investor paid the standard fee structure of a 1.5% annual management fee and 30% of the outperformance, if any, vs. the S&P 1000 Total Return index, which was chosen because it has historically outperformed the Russell 2000 and most accurately represents our typical investment universe of small and mid-capitalization U.S. equities (i.e., those with a market cap of $10 billion or less). Individual investors’ returns may differ from those presented here due to their date of entry into the fund or their specific fee structure (for example, accredited but non-qualified clients may not, by law, be charged a performance allocation, so they are typically charged a higher, flat management fee). Annualized/cumulative returns are calculated assuming an investor joined on the date of inception; YTD returns are calculated assuming an investor joined on January 1, 2017. Results are presented only for Askeladden Capital Partners LP and not for any of the separately managed accounts which Askeladden Capital Management LLC (the investment advisor to Askeladden Capital Partners LP) also oversees. While separately managed accouts are generally allocated very similarly to the fund, SMA clients’ performance may differ based on factors such as: timing of account opening, tax considerations, specific client instructions, and manager discretion; therefore, SMA clients should consult their Interactive Brokers statements for specific performance information for their account. This is not an offering of securities or solicitation thereof; any offering of securities would only be made to accredited investors via a Private Placement Memorandum under Rule 506(c) of Regulation D, and any prospective partners who did not have a pre-existing relationship with Askeladden as of 1/18/2017 would be required to verify their accredited status with relevant documentation. This requirement does not apply to separately managed accounts. As Askeladden Capital Partners decided to rely on 506(c) rather than 506(b) as of 1/18/2017, any documents prepared prior to that date were not intended for public distribution and should be read accordingly. Askeladden Capital Partners, and SMAs that mirror its strategy, should be considered high-risk investments suitable for only a small portion of an investor’s overall portfolio, as they involve the risk of loss, including total loss. Specific risk factors are enumerated in our Form ADV.