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20. The Truths and Myths to Investing – Part Two



Knowing what investing strategies are based on academic research, and not theory, can be one of the biggest challenges when it comes to preparing your portfolio. 

In part two of this series, Keith Beggs reveals three academic theories that are proven to have better rewards than other strategies you might read on the internet, or hear from your “stock-savvy” friends.  

Keith discusses: 

  • How modern portfolio theory, efficient market hypothesis, and the three factor model make up the “Matson Method”
  • Why free markets have real potential to work if you take the long-term approach
  • How to truly diversify your portfolio 
  • Why investing in smaller companies can actually give you higher returns than investments in larger companies
  • Three factors that can tell you if a company has the potential to obtain higher growth
  • And more

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