The NewGen Equity Long-Short Fund LP is a opportunistic equity long/short strategy that seeks to capitalize on the considerable Alpha that is available in the structurally inefficient Canadian market. The Fund consistently maintains defensive market positioning to minimize the influence of market Beta on the Fund’s performance. It is a highly active management style that employs a disciplined adaptive risk management strategy to de-risk during periods of prolonged market volatility to preserve capital.

This Fund was offered to Canadian investors only, but it is currently closed to new subscriptions.  US and other International investors are not eligible to invest.

The NewGen Equity Long Short Fund LP is an investment vehicle for Canadian Accredited Investors and the NewGen Equity Long Short Fund RRSP is for registered accounts.

Monthly Portfolio Returns

Average Fund Exposure

Historic Up/Down Capture

Sharpe & Sortino Ratios

Comparative Performance & Volatility

Growth of $10,000 Invested Since Strategy Inception

Data Since Strategy Inception

Please Note:

  • Performance data is presented since strategy inception (July 2012) and reported net of all fees; data prior to February 1, 2014 is for Class A – Series 1 Units from the NewGen Equity Long/Short Fund, which is a Cayman Islands “Master Fund” for the NewGen Equity Long-Short Fund LP; data on and after February 1, 2014  is for Class B – Series 1 Units of the NewGen Equity Long-Short Fund LP
  • Standard deviation is a form of hypothetical performance data; Sharpe Ratio, Sortino Ratio and Jensen’s Alpha are hypothetical measures of excess return and we assume a risk-free rate of 1.5% in their calculations
  • The TSX Composite Index and TSX Smallcap Index comparative performance is provided for illustrative purposes only – they are widely followed indices but are not considered benchmarks due to differing holding composition compared to the NewGen Equity Long-Short Fund LP. The composition of the Funds’ portfolio could differ significantly from these indices due to the investment strategy employed, and includes differences such as use of short positions, varying fund net exposure, varying sector exposure, and investing in small and mid capitalization stocks. Please see “Investment Strategies” in the Confidential Offering Memorandum for more details.
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