Quant Value Newsletter
Last updated: 30 June 2020
The newsletter's 10 year track record
This is the performance of all the ideas in the Quant Value newsletter since we recommended the first company 10 years ago in July 2010.
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Note: Only 9 or 2% of ideas lost more than 40% (6 of these losses occurred before the stop loss system was implemented in March 2015)
How we calculate performance
Here is a quick reminder of how we calculate the newsletter’s performance.
Include dividends and include 2% fees – this is conservative
We calculate the performance with dividends and include a 1% buying and selling fee (2% in total) for all investments bought and sold.
A 1% buying and selling fee is very conservative; you can get away with much lower fees if you use an online broker (my broker charges 0.25%).
Equal to the results you can get
We do this to make the newsletter’s performance the same as what you can make, in the real world, if you follow its recommendations.
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All the investment that have been sold
The following three documents show you detailed returns of all the recommended investments that have been sold: