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The Fundamental Index examines a new approach to indexing that can overcome the structural return drag created by traditional capitalization-based indexing strategies, and in so doing, enhance the performance of your portfolio. Throughout this book, Robert Arnott and his colleagues outline this breakthrough strategy and explain how it can be used to improve investment returns, typically at lower risk and lower cost than most conventional investments. Here at Walmart. Your email address will never be sold or distributed to a third party for any reason.
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Robert D. Arnott, Jason C. Hsu, John M. West: The Fundamental Index—A Better Way to Invest
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The spat between Mr. Bogle and Mr. Arnott may sound like an academic debate, but the outcome could have a large effect on your portfolio results.
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