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Am a strong believer that most individuals (and institutions) would be better off not trying to beat the market - my last company was a technology-enabled passive investment manager we sometimes described as "Vanguard 2.0", using tailored separately managed accounts to achieve tax and risk benefits not achievable through index funds/ETFs. But have become fascinated by opportunities to achieve additional return without corresponding risk. Not all these necessarily contradict efficient market theory (e.g., liquidity discounts for dual class stock, e.g.), but am struck by how many of these there are, and how easy some are to identify.
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