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For example, I made a significant investment in ADM in mid-2012, when the stock was under $30 because a drought reduced its earnings that year. I did not know how long the drought would last, but expected that earnings would recover when the drought was over. I also saw that the risk of permanent capital loss was low because of the strength of the company’s financials and the importance of their products to the world’s economy. Two years later, when the drought was over, I began to close my position at ~$50. Moreover, ADM continued as well as increased its dividends over those two years and also bought back some of its shares without taking on additional debt. Similar opportunities exist in different sectors at different times. I invest in those that can likely generate good returns over an investment horizon that is generally longer than most Wall Street analysts have the patience for.
I have an undergraduate degree in Chemical Engineering from M.I.T which gives me the math background to analyze balance sheets and cash flows. But, it is my 10 years of experience as a cardiologist that gives me a deep knowledge of human psychology to understand management incentives and human fears better than most analysts, including those on Wall Street. I constantly read and learn about different companies. When I started investing and analyzing our personal earnings in the market, I soon realized that our returns were beating the market by a significant margin. That led me to establish RMF on Marketocracy.com to get an unbiased view of our returns, and over the last three years, RMF has substantially outperformed the market.
|(RMF) rgarga's Mutual Fund | Composite Fund|
|INCEPTION (08/26/2012)||AVG. ANNUAL RETURN||S&P TOTAL RETURN||Actions|
|4+ YRS||13.56%||14.32%||View Fund Stats Track Fund|
|RETURN PERIOD (As Of: 09/30/2016)||AVG. ANNUAL RETURN||S&P TOTAL RETURN||ACHIEVEMENTS|
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RMF Beat the 50th percentile of mutual funds over 3 years.
Sep 30, 2016
FEB 14, 2017 | Forbes Article
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DEC 28, 2016 | Forbes Article
Allergan CEO, Brent Saunders, has put his own money on the line, and the company is buying back 15% of it's outstanding stock. A CEO who invests $1 million of his own money in his company's stock is a Read More...
NOV 30, 2016 | Forbes Article
Shari Redstone assumed control of Viacom by forcing CEO Philippe Dauman to resign and firing his supporters on the Board. Public shareholders have had to watch the drama unfold from the sidelines and Read More...
OCT 13, 2016 | Forbes Article
The battle for control of Viacom is over, but shareholders have nothing to celebrate yet. Viacom’s non-voting stock (VIAB) at $36 (and change) has lost almost 19% since my June 6 article, and now Read More...
SEP 16, 2016 | Forbes Article
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