Is it surprising, that the kind of outperformance we look for crops up in unexpected places?
Yeah, it’s not surprising.
I mean, if we found a certain brand of outperformance in an expected place, well, everyone would make a beeline for it, and soon, it would be over-valued.
There’s only one way we want to be in something that’s over-valued – when we’ve bought it under-valued. We’ll then keep it for as long as the ride continues.
Otherwise, we don’t want to touch anything that’s over-valued, even though it might appear to be outperformance.
Getting into outperformance at an undervalued level gives us a huge margin of safety. That’s exactly what we want. That’s our bread and butter.
So let’s start outlining areas to look in.
Task gets difficult.
I mean, how will you define areas literally?
No, you don’t need to know how to programme, to put together an algorithm.
Just do it online.
Put in it what you’re looking for.
Hit and try.
Ultimately, you’ll hit the right combo, Stay with it, as long as it’s working.
What do you put in your algorithm?
Good ability to allocate capital.
You ask how?
Well, this is not a spoon-feeding session.
You’ll need to use your imaginations a bit.
It’s all possible, let me assure you.
Meaning, it’s possible to incorporate traits like humility into your mother-algorithm.
Do the math.
Ok, so you’ve translated what you’re looking for into computer language without knowing how to programme.
You run it.
All over the place, online. Any finance site. Yahoo Finance, for that matter.
You get some results.
In these you look to confirm.
Is the outperformance you were seeking there or not?
Has this outperformance been discovered by the general market?
Look for an entry strategy, provided your other parameters, if any, are being met.