We get into the weeds of how Harvest Lane eek out returns year in year out through announced M&A deals and corporate events in this interview with PM, Ben Bailey.
Their strategy contrasts greatly with many previous guests on Money of Mine, so it was a great opportunity for us to get up to speed with an important player in the world of ASX corporate deals.
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(4:19) Ben Bailey Hoins Us
(8:39) What is the Harvest Lane strategy?
(14:23) Is it Value Investing?
(18:10) Corporate events you’re attracted too?
(22:15) The different takeover mechanisms and what they mean
(26:11) Why didn’t Liontown trade at $3 a share?
(30:22) Mincor Wyloo trading dynamic unpacked
(35:20) Portfolio Management with this Strategy
(38:30) Using the RBA cash rate as the Benchmark
(42:04) Shorting the Bidder to Hedge Market Exposure
(44:05) PRN / DDH Scrip Dynamics and DVP / ESS
(47:19) Deal sweeteners & counterbids!
(54:07) Getting Active: IGO / Western Areas
(56:40) Orecorp / Silvercorp Merger
(1:02:02) Ramelius / Westgold / Musgrave Case Study
(1:05:00) DDH / Perenti Kicker Possibility