Behavioral Finance in the Real World: Fund Profits From Human Bias
Ralf Scherschmidt's fund identifies small-cap companies in the developed world that are overlooked by market bias and then takes advantage of earnings surprises.
Simplifying Your Practice; Seeking Hidden Value: April Research—Slideshow
The cover story of Research magazine's April issue looks into a growing trend in advisor training programs toward "Pursuing Simplicity." A feature article on "The Measured Approach to Value" describes how value investors today are applying their philosophy to a turbulent market. Among the April issue's other offerings: Bill Good's...
The Measured Approach to Value
Tevye the milkman.
He’s not the first person who comes to mind for the average value investor, but according to value guru Vitaliy Katsenelson, we can learn a lot from Tevye.
How to Take Advantage of Irrational Stock Buying
Ask Ralf Scherschmidt if it’s a bad idea to invest right now in Europe, and he’ll tell you that most people are underinvested in international small-cap stocks because their emotions are overruling reason.