Are Market Capitalization Weighted Indexes Too Concentrated in the Biggest Stocks?

July 14, 2021 — We're often asked if the concentration of a few companies at the top of the S&P500 is something to worry about. For us, it's a "no" on three counts...


There’s No Place Like Home: The Case For and Against Extreme Home Bias in Equity Investing

October 30, 2019 — Is Home Bias really worth worrying about? Today, we'll evaluate 10 of the most common arguments heard in support of home bias.


A Few Quick Responses to Michael Burry's Index-bubble Remarks

October 4, 2019 — Michael Burry recently made some remarks concerning the index-bubble - here are our thoughts on the many topics he touched on.


Home Biased: A Case for More Indexing

September 25, 2019 — "Home Bias" refers to the trend of investing more in one's own market than necessary. The question is: if everyone's doing it, does the bias cancel itself out?


Do US Industry-Sector Weights Explain the Higher Valuation of US vs non-US Equities?

August 20, 2019 — US equities have consistently outperformed non-US equities over the past decade - so, what exactly does this mean for investors?

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