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I am looking for great companies, one of a kind companies that have found a way to build a lasting competitive advantage in industries that have opportunities for significant growth. This is the secret to finding great investments that create value for their clients, their share-holders and even their employees. When I get an idea for an investment I look first for competitive advantage and secondly for performance. These for the most part correlate with the quality of the management in place. If I like the prospects for the company within their industry I look for the expected overall performance of the industry and what opportunities exist to grow in the next 2-5 years (my investing time frame). I make very few new investments, maybe 6-10 new positions over the course of 12 months. This allows me to do great research and get a fair price over a period of weeks to months. I spend much more time evaluating each position that is currently in my portfolio against a range of new ideas to decide which options have the most opportunity for returns over the next 12-18 months. I want to have every dollar possible at work.
|(OMF) The Medium Term Value Fund|
|MODEL INCEPTION (08/15/2005)||AVG. ANNUAL RETURN||S&P TOTAL RETURN||Actions|
|12+ YRS||12.49%||8.71%||View Fund Stats Track Fund|
|RETURN PERIOD (As Of: 04/30/2018)||AVG. ANNUAL RETURN||S&P TOTAL RETURN||ACHIEVEMENTS|
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APR 26, 2018 | Forbes Article
After a strong January, the S&P 500 is now down 2.76% for the year. Many investors are considering moving to cash until the volatility settles down. But volatility can present opportunities for gains. Read More...
MAR 27, 2018 | Forbes Article
With the Dow Jones bouncing up and down 300 points a day, interest rates rising, and a trade war brewing, it will not take much to trigger another correction. Here is how five top managers are Read More...
MAR 07, 2018 | Forbes Article
A number of my managers entered 2018 fully invested. After the market's worst week in 2 years, Robert Frazier sold Apple and Alphabet while Gorden Lam bought Netflix and Align. Aalok Devkota and Nate Read More...
FEB 05, 2018 | Forbes Article
Facebook's newsfeed changes have scared short-term investors out of the stock. But Robert Frazer says new revenue streams and higher cost per click justify raising his 12 month target price to $215. Read More...
JAN 16, 2018 | Forbes Article
|Large Cap : Growth||79.05%||-0.56%|
|Large Cap : Blend||8.49%||0.22%|
|Large Cap : Value||6.38%||-0.34%|
|Unclassified Market Cap : Unclassified Style||6.08%||-5.01%|
The information below pertains to model data only.
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|Inception:||Ticker Symbol:||# of Securities:|
|August 15, 2005||OMF||18|
Our objective at OMF is to focus on large cap, high dividend industry leaders in consumer staples, IT and consumer Tech. We have more than doubled S&P 500 growth over last 11 years. The strategy is built on the proposition that if we take the best run companies that have above average total returns then we will beat the market over time. It's not rocket science but it does require a good deal of research at the initial position for any company because we keep our holdings for on average between 2-5 years. It's called the Medium Term Value Fund because only suckers believe in long term results. You can't forecast forward with any accuracy beyond the medium term: 2-5 years, because there is so much political and cyclical risk built into that sort of planning as to make it obsolete. We are seeing with a tumultuous 2016 election cycle that the status quo isn't always a constant even in a 250 year old democracy. This is the only fund I manage with Marketocracy because I believe that bird-shot strategies for investing dilute results and don't give a good picture of a manager's ability to pick a strategy that works consistently. I want all my best ideas in the same place so I don't miss out on their results in the process of experimentation. I like IT, consumer tech, consumer goods, energy and business services because my research and investigation style through news and personal contacts lends itself to those sort of investing ideas, and they have panned out.
|Last 3 Months||39.62%|
|Last 6 Months||59.87%|
|Last 12 Months||81.93%|
|Period||Returns||S&P 500 Returns||Returns VS S&P 500|
|Last 7 Days||-1.03%||0.00%||-1.03%|
|Last 30 Days||2.76%||2.27%||0.49%|
|Last 3 Months||1.67%||0.26%||1.41%|
|Last 6 Months||10.13%||5.89%||4.24%|
|Last 12 Months||21.48%||16.70%||4.78%|
|Last 2 Years||40.85%||38.30%||2.55%|
|Last 3 Years||56.83%||36.15%||20.68%|
|Last 5 Years||132.31%||81.17%||51.14%|
|Last 10 Years||313.38%||142.49%||170.89%|