07 June, 2016
The Wine Lovers’ Guide to Investing
Within these articles you will often read about the importance of a good theoretical model for investing, and that it is impossible to reliably pick 'good' stocks in respect of their future performance. Less commonly explained is that this is only half the story. Using a wine growers' analogy Jim Parker, Vice President of Dimensional Fund Advisors explains that the craft of investing efficiently relies on more than great ideas, including a ruthless operational discipline and skill to ensure that the investment manager not only follows their ideas, but also does 'what works' in the real world, so that investors get the returns they expect, without paying more than they should.
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by John Stirling