Magic Formula Investing -- The Easy And Accurate Way
Secure Your Future  With The Secret Behind The Most Successful Investments , The "Magic Formula"
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What is the "Magic Formula"?

While the “Little Book That Beats The Market” outlines an incredible investment model that generates a 30.8% back tested return there are some problems with following the model.


     while looking   great and easy, is simply not accurate. Professor Greenblatt’s   back   tests provided accurate results, however, the person responsible for maintaining the website simply isn’t doing it right.Stocks that should be ranked 356 or 253 are showing up in the top 30 as  the  website doesn’t use an accurate data source.
              If you want to find the correct data you need a subscription to S&P’s Capital IQ service, or Bloomberg, or Reuters. All of these services cost thousands of dollars per month . You can try to find this type of data on free services like Yahoo Finance or BigCharts, its simply not there.  You actually have to do it, you need to diligently follow the top 30 picks and continually trade your portfolio.
              You can no longer simply invest directly with Professor Greenblatt in his Gotham Capital Fund as he now primarily just manages his own money and that of some extremely high net worth individuals and institutions.


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The Magic Formula
Establish a minimum market capitalization ($50 million).
Determine company's earnings yield = EBIT / Enterprise Value.
Determine company's return on capital = EBIT / (Net fixed assets + working capital)
Rank all companies above chosen market capitalization by [highest earnings yield and highest return on capital] (ranked as percentages).
Invest in 20-30 highest ranked companies, accumulating 2-3 positions per month over a 12-month period.
Re-balance portfolio once per year, selling losers one-week before the year-mark and winners one-week after the year mark.
Continue over long-term (x>3 to 5 years) period. is in no way associated with Joel Greenblatt or Gotham Capital. is not an investment company, simply an information provider.

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