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August 28, 2012

"The Missing Risk Premium: Why Low Volatility Investing Works"

Eric Falkenstein's new book is out. I don't imagine finance academics will like it, but 1) it pretty much describes how I have been investing for the last five years, and 2) every once in a while a heterodox idea turns out to be useful. 

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kyle8

How does one identify low volatility stocks. What are the criteria?

Patrick R. Sullivan

Kyle, you can find the answer to your question at Falkenstein's homepage;

http://www.efalken.com/

The 'Finding Alpha' videos are a good place to start.

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