Why Warren Buffett Copycats Fail – Part 2
By Paul Nojin
In my last post I provided both anecdotal and empirical evidence that shows value investing is a dangerous and unsuitable strategy for self-managed super funds.
This is due to the high likelihood you will underperform.
Today I’m going to explain why the track record of value investors is poor, because after all, intuitively, value investing makes sense.
Of course it makes sense to buy quality companies when the share price is low relative to the economic value, and of course we all hope that whenever we buy shares in a new company it proves to have been at a price representing good value.
The problem is that the evidence shows that achieving the optimum outcomes with value investing is only possible for market geniuses like Warren Buffett. The large majority fail.
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