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Faber, what was the quote? Mebane Faber: Well. That quote should be attributed to, I believe, Ned Davis out of Florida. I love it. So, I was going to ask you about, you do some really great quantitative as well as qualitative blog posts. The link is that they are all quality long-form blog posts. In the last few years, you would have seen the rise of Twitter with lots of market chatter. The market chatter has been shown to be affect markets in lots of cases. Where do you see the future of online investment advice now that we have this very short term focused and very prolific source for investment advice?
Previous to Twitter you had Yahoo Message Boards. Previous to that, who knows? I, for the most part, see Twitter as somewhat of a pleasant distraction. Simon Burns: Right, great point. Do you feel that push from StockTwits, Twitter to go to a longer form?
We started writing by publishing white papers. Then starting writing the blog mainly as a way to try to interact and find information on two subjects. One was for foreign-invested hedge funds, the other was F Hedge Funds. So it was for data mining and really interacting with the community for the purposes of writing about them. The main benefit I have in Twitter is as a news aggregation for being able to find reading material.
Maybe partly because of the effort it takes but it actually surprises me. Simon Burns: Yeah, great point. For the last question here, this is an open-ended question. Take us through the inspiration for your book. I would really like to give our audience sort an overview of the inspiration for the book. Is that, there are often structural changes in markets and the challenge is always to find out. Is this a real structural change, or you can say this time is different.
One example is the dividend space where investors have a long history of understanding and loving dividends, as they should, dividends are great. Dividends are one of the largest components of stock markets return over time. The problem, especially in the US, starting in the early 80s is that there was a very clear structural change when the government allowed US companies to give them safe provision from buying back their stocks.
So we started seeing a huge boom in stock buybacks because from the corporate finance perspective, buybacks and dividends are basically the same thing. Buybacks are just more tax efficient. And in the case where buybacks are done for a stock that is trading below intrinsic value, buybacks are much more efficient. It acts as a direct transfer of wealth from the sellers to the buyers. So, once you think about it that way, then you realize that it makes no sense to look at just the dividend yield.
If you sort companies on what we call shareholder yield rather than just dividend yield then it outperforms all of the dividend strategies over time. We wanted to kind of create a document that was a summary of the literature, as well as adding our own research. I like reading physical books but most people seem to have converted to the electronic space.
We posted it up on Amazon, and there has been a great response. Our new ETF has resonated with a lot of people in the last 2 weeks. Its great, it has raised over 60 million dollars. The ticker is SYOB. I think it is a concept that will become more and more accepted over time in the coming years. Simon Burns: The fact that the response has been so material, raising 60 million dollars with a hugely positive investor response. So with that, I would like to thank you for your time today, Mr.
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