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Expected Sources of Premium Stock Returns Part IV: Risk Premiums, Lucky Monkeys and Patient Practice

In our series of posts so far, we’ve described how and why we have identified small-company and value stocks as likely ongoing sources for risk premiums. This begs one more question: Why not just get out of various return factors when they’re underperforming and get back in when things are looking up? The Market-Timing Myth […]

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Expected Sources of Premium Stock Returns Part II: How Much Risk? How Much Expected Return?

In our last post, we introduced three major sources of return in the global stock markets, and how we went about identifying them. This raises another question: How have they been doing so far? A Look at the Evidence Before we determine that it’s a new world, in which we should jettison decades of data […]

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New Year…..Same Investment Principles

Key Takeaways: At the start of every year, you can count on news outlets, economists and fund managers bombarding us with varying opinions about the direction of the market. The only certainty for the market in 2016 is that it will be different from 2015. A disciplined, cost-sensitive, broadly diversified investment strategy creates a portfolio […]

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