EMJ Capital Ltd. pursues a long/short equity investment strategy focused on companies at early-stages of multi-year compounding growth. It manages a concentrated portfolio so that its highest conviction ideas get a disproportionate amount of weight behind them. Our public company venture capital approach ensures that our investors have meaningful exposure to the most exciting growth companies at the starting phase of their S-curves. EMJ Capital holds its best ideas for years, meaning the strategy tends to be very tax efficient.

Long / Short Equity

Investment Strategy

A fundamental long-biased long/short equity strategy with a rigorous analysis.
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Tax Efficient Strategy

Hold Positions

Often holds best ideas for 2–3 years, expecting them to double or triple over that period.
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Companies at

Compounding Growth

Consistently find the next set of tech & media winners
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Proprietary Data Science

Alternative Datasets

Identify early moves in stocks, and signals of software adoption and disruption.
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Concentrated Portfolio

High Conviction Ideas

EMJ Capital has a concentrated, growth-biased global portfolio.
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Unique Network

Maintained for 20 Years

Technology and venture capital executives worldwide who invest in public & private tech & media.
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EMJ Capital

Eric Jackson

President and Founder, Eric Jackson has a track record for finding Multi-Year Compounding Companies early on.

He’s been an operator in a tech company, a consultant, an activist investor, and a scholar.

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Eric Jackson’s Ph.D. Dissertation – To Know and Be Known (2002)

Written 20 years ago, Eric Jackson’s Ph.D. dissertation is one of the first studies to fully explore how a firm’s management and board characteristics are linked to IPO market capitalization and post-IPO performance.

Read Eric Jackson’s To Know and Be Known, Upper Echelons Capital’s Effects of IPO Performance.