posted on October 14th 2013 in Market Commentary with 0 Comments /

wpwm_ProfFamaAll of us here at WorthPointe wish to congratulate Prof. Eugene Fama for winning the Nobel Prize in Economics. Most of our clients won’t remember us mentioning Prof. Fama’s work as we described the theoretical underpinning of our investment philosophy but, Eugene’s ideas (including the efficient market hypothesis and small, value, profitability stock premiums) underly most all of our success as investors. Thank you Prof. Fama!

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-10-14/fama-hansen-shiller-share-nobel-economics-prize-academy-says.html

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