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GAMG Measures Fundamentals of U.S. Listed Stocks Traded on U.S. Exchanges
GAMG starts with a number of different measurements when searching for stocks for a portfolio. Very few stocks have all of the same measurements "at the same time". These are companies which rank in the top 15% on all levels. GAMG buys U.S. stocks in equal $ amounts with high fundamental scores and holds them for 3 to 5 years, and replaces the stocks that lag.
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Now would be a good time to allocate capital to our Global Equity Strategy. For example, with a $20 million dollar SMA account held at your custodian, we would most likely divide it into 40 equal segments to diversify and then fill each slot with the appropriate stock selection.
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It's pretty simple. Start small with a minimum of around $10 m if possible. Then divide it by 40 which equals $250,000 per stock. Then screen for the best 40 stocks in any index by the highest fundamentals then technically above the 200 day moving average, as if you were going to hold them for three years. Then use the 200 day as a sell point, while replacing your laggards along the way with periodic rebalancing.
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