Seeking Alpha: Carlyle Group: Undervalued With Improving Technicals
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- Shares of Carlyle Group have been under pressure this year, leading to a low valuation.
- Investors could shift preferences toward alternative assets, which would be a major boon for CG.
- The technical take is bullish, with shares holding key support.
Carlyle Group (NASDAQ:CG) is among the world's biggest alternative investment asset managers. It operates in three segments: global private equity, global credit, and global investment solutions. It has offices across the globe and is headquartered in Washington, D.C. Founded in 1987, its shares have traded since 2012.
Bullish Thesis: Shifting Investor Preferences
I assert that Carlyle is well-positioned for growth in the alternative investment space. Consider that stock valuations are still somewhat elevated versus long-term averages while bond yields, despite rising dramatically this year, remain low compared to history. Once investors sneak a peek at their Q1 and Q2 investment brokerage statements and performances, they might call up their advisors to request positions in alt strategies.