Daily Archives: May 4, 2017


The Only Way For Individual Investors To Outperform Is To Increase Time Horizons

A few weeks ago I read an investment write-up on a large-cap blue chip stock that is one of the largest and most followed in the FTSE 100 There was a comment that basically asked the following question: “What is your edge with this stock?” The implication of this question is that there isn’t any edge to be had with stocks of large and well followed companies, but there is an edge to be gained with small, under-followed stocks. The commonly held view among value investors is that you need to seek out stocks that are under-followed, in hopes of gaining bits of information that the market is not currently […]