The Commodore Advantage

We are guided by the original principles of valuation and investing that have withstood the test of time. Businesses and technologies change, but the principles of investing don't.

1. Bottom-up, fundamental research

We do our own research and maintain independence of thought. We rely on our own judgment and analysis, and are influenced neither by the latest fads in the market, nor by Wall Street noise.


2. Patience

We know that it may take time for market values to catch up with intrinsic values of our investments and we are happy to wait. We are playing the long game and are undeterred by short-term movements.


3. Technology

Fintuitive, an affiliate of Commodore, has a proprietary database that comprises millions of regulatory filings. We use Fintuitive to generate new ideas, discover new insights and analyze investment opportunities.

Rohit Sood

Managing Partner & Portfolio Manager
Rohit Sood

Rohit Sood is Managing Partner of The Commodore Group and serves as Chief Investment Officer / Portfolio Manager of the partnerships managed by The Commodore Group. Rohit is also the founder and President of Fintuitive, a digital financial research platform that leverages AI and machine learning.

Prior to founding The Commodore Group and Fintuitive, Rohit was an Executive Vice President at Forward Financing, a FinTech company providing working capital to main street businesses. At Forward Financing, Rohit was part of the executive leadership team overseeing its growth from $2 million in annual revenues to over $30 million. Before joining Forward Financing, Rohit co-founded and ran IAJ, a software company that developed bespoke FinTech and AdTech platforms for loan servicers, financial data aggregators and media companies.

In addition, Rohit spent over eight years in investment banking, during which he covered financial institutions as a Senior Vice President at FBR, a Vice President at Bear Stearns and an Associate Director at UBS. As an investment banker, Rohit executed M&A, equity and debt transactions totaling over $20 billion for banks, commercial and consumer finance companies, and insurers.

Rohit began his career in Credit Policy and Risk Management for consumer credit cards, where he rose to be in charge of authorizations credit policy at JPMorgan Chase's $70+ billion in annual transaction volume.

Rohit received an MBA from Columbia Business School, an MS in Manufacturing Engineering from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and a BE in Mechanical Engineering from Gujarat University.

Forward Financing
FBR Capital Markets
Bear Stearns
UBS Investment Bank
JPMorgan Chase

Columbia Business School, MBA

University of Massachusetts Amherst, MS in Manufacturing Engineering

Gujarat University, BE in Mechanical Engineering

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Performance as of June 30, 20241

2024 YTD Since Inception2
Commodore Group Holdings LP (Gross) 26.70% 42.00%
Commodore Group Holdings LP (Net) 21.48% 33.43%
S&P 500 Index (TR) 15.29% 21.33%
Note: Past performance does not guarantee future results. This material is not intended to be a recommendation or investment advice, does not constitute a solicitation to buy, sell or hold a security or investment strategy, and is not provided in a fiduciary capacity. The information provided does not take into account the specific objectives or circumstances of any investor, or suggest any specific course of action. Investment decisions should be made based on an investor's objectives and circumstances and in consultation with his or her advisors. Please see Terms of Use for additional disclosures.
  1. Performance figures have not been verified by an independent third party. Returns for the partnership are time-weighted and as calculated by the partnership's third-party fund administrator.
  2. Inception date is July 20, 2023.

Quality Investing

Commodore pursues a long-only US equity strategy. Our strategy employs a bottom-up fundamental approach to identify high-quality businesses. Our investments have characteristics like predictable earnings, high returns on capital employed, efficient capital allocation, and shareholder-friendly management teams.

Returns on Capital

We look for companies that are capital efficient and have high rates of return on capital employed. In addition, we look for efficient and rational capital allocation by management.


Predictable Earnings

We invest in companies that have organic and predictable earnings growth. We reduce risk by focusing only on companies where we can reasonably forecast sales and earnings.


Shareholder Friendly

We carefully analyze capital allocation decisions by management teams. We only invest in companies where management has a history of making decisions that treat shareholders like owners.