What if you only invested in your 20 best ideas?

Michael’s recent post showed how a concentrated portfolio of “best ideas” only gives the manager an even harder job statistically when going up against the overall market return. We chopped it up for The Compound channel and did today’s discussion, which you can watch below.

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I also spoke with Drew Dickson, portfolio manager at Albert Bridge Capital about his experience running a “best ideas” concentrated fund. He explained some of the tools he uses to keep the process intellectually honest.

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Thanks for checking this stuff out. These are important concepts and ideas for investors at all skill levels to become familiar with.

Sources:

How Concentration Affects Portfolio Performance (Irrelevant Investor)

Debiasing and Alpha (Albert Bridge Capital)

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