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Public Equity Investment Strategies

At the Cornell Capital group we put investment strategies into three general buckets.  The first bucket is easy – accept market efficiency as a working hypothesis and buy highly diversified index funds.  Note that accepting market efficiency as a working hypothesis is not the same as concluding that the market it is efficient.  It means that as an investor you feel you lack skill or resources necessary to exploit inefficiencies that might exist at a cost that makes the effort worthwhile.  It makes sense, therefore, to act as if the market is efficient.  By highly diversified, Bill Sharpe would say that . . .


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