Route One Investment

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Route One Investment fund returned 2.54% net of all fees for investors for the fourth quarter of 2016. Over the year, the fund returned 11.39% net of all fees compared to 11.95% for the S&P 500 according to a January 26th copy of the fund’s fourth quarter and full year letter to investors, which has been reviewed by ValueWalk.

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