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The idea of having an index-linked, mainstream market-beating strategy that does not rely on the brilliance of a Warren Buffett or a Carl Icahn -- all for the relatively low fees of an ETF -- has to be one the best deals in the world of investment.

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How to Beat the Market through Share Buybacks

The idea of having an index-linked, mainstream market-beating strategy that does not rely on the brilliance of a Warren Buffett or a Carl Icahn — all for the relatively low fees of an ETF — has to be one the best deals in the world of investment.

There are an infinite number of ways to make money in the markets.

The challenge is that you have to find a successful strategy — and then stick to it, day in, day out, year after year.

The advent of various ‚??smart beta‚?Ě exchange-traded funds (ETFs) over the past few years makes doing just that quite a bit easier.

I have to confess, I am a huge fan of these types of investment strategies.

The idea of having an index-linked, mainstream market-beating strategy that does not rely on the brilliance of a Warren Buffett or a Carl Icahn — all for the relatively low fees of an ETF — has to be one the best deals in the world of investment.

Frankly, I trust these investment strategies more than I trust myself. And I think it is active managers’ egos more than anything else that have kept these and other ‚??smart beta strategies‚?Ě from becoming even more popular than they already are.

Read more about how you can beat the market with share buybacks at Eagle Daily Investor.

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Nicolas A. Vardy is the London-based International Economics Correspondent for Human Events.

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How to Beat the Market through Share Buybacks

There are an infinite number of ways to make money in the markets.

The challenge is that you have to find a successful strategy — and then stick to it, day in, day out, year after year.

The advent of various ‚Äúsmart beta‚ÄĚ exchange-traded funds (ETFs) over the past few years makes doing just that quite a bit easier.

I have to confess, I am a huge fan of these types of investment strategies.

The idea of having an index-linked, mainstream market-beating strategy that does not rely on the brilliance of a Warren Buffett or a Carl Icahn — all for the relatively low fees of an ETF — has to be one the best deals in the world of investment.

Frankly, I trust these investment strategies more than I trust myself. And I think it is active managers’ egos more than anything else that have kept these and other ‚Äúsmart beta strategies‚ÄĚ from becoming even more popular than they already are.

Read more about how you can beat the market with share buybacks at Eagle Daily Investor.

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