All posts tagged "mebane faber"
Mebane Faber Reveals Asset Classes Poised for Massive Gains
Mebane Faber, co-founder and the Chief Investment Officer of Cambria Investment Management, has authored a post at his investing blog discussing the concept of mean reversion and what it could mean for several downtrodden asset classes.
- Posted April 22, 2016
Investing Links of Interest – July 3, 2013
Lawrence C. McMillan, of McMillan Analysis Corp., utilizes technical analysis to divine the future of the market. He doesn’t see the bull market continuing until the S&P 500 pushes through the 1,630 level and explains why. Excerpt:...
- Posted July 3, 2013
It’s Time to Buy Stocks According to Yale Hirsch
Mebane Faber at World Beta comments on the popular “Sell in May and Go Away” strategy. Surprisingly, it seems to have universal appeal throughout the world: One popular system many people discuss is the “Sell in May...
- Posted October 31, 2010
An Interesting Strategy Involving Mean Reversion
Mebane Faber at World Beta highlights a strategy capitalizing on mean reversion, the tendency of asset classes to revert to their historical average returns. The strategy involves buying the worst performing asset class from 3 years prior...
- Posted September 16, 2010
Lou Harvey, "investors are not rational, and make buy and sell decisions at the worst possible moments"
Mebane Faber, at World Beta, posts the latest results of the Dalbar study, which examines the performance of mutual fund investors. The sad facts: For the 20 years ended December 31, 2008, equity, fixed income and asset...
- Posted June 11, 2009
The Most Useful Recent Book on Investing According to Business Week
The Ivy Portfolio: How to Invest Like the Top Endowments and Avoid Bear Markets, by money managers Mebane Faber and Eric Richardson, who work at Cambria Investment Management. They analyze how the endowments of Harvard and Yale...
- Posted April 13, 2009
World Beta Says to Get Long Japan
One of five ideas by Mebane Faber is to buy Japan given that its stock market is where it was at in 1982 and has been down for the last three years. According to Faber, this is...
- Posted January 3, 2009