Rob Arnott Responds To James Montier’s Criticism

Rob Arnott  Responds To James Montier’s Criticism
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Is there such a thing as a better mouse trap? This week’s Financial Thought Leader guest has created an alternative to traditional index funds. Instead of being based on market capitalization or stock price, his Fundamental Index® approach measures fundamentals such as sales, profits, and dividends to determine the weight securities have in his indexes. Research Affiliates Chairman and CEO Rob Arnott explains why fundamentals can make a big difference.

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Great interview on indexing, investment process and more with Rob Arnott. Check it out below!

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PestYost Partners was up 0.8% for the first quarter, while the Yost Focused Long Funds lost 5% net. The firm's benchmark, the MSCI World Index, declined by 5.2%. The funds' returns outperformed their benchmark due to their tilt toward value, high exposures to energy and financials and a bias toward quality. In his first-quarter letter Read More

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-Fundamental Indexation – Weights stocks based on key fundamentals, not price. -Fundamentals can include revenues, earnings, cash flow, book value, dividends, etc.

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What does Financial Thought Leader and portfolio manager Arnott do to unwind from his intensive schedule of research, investing and financial innovation? He describes his “geeky hobby.”


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