Charles Rotblut, CFA is a vice president at AAII and editor of the AAII Journal. Follow him on Twitter at


Dave from WA posted over 4 years ago:

Good article.

Another aspect that has to do with a fund's size is it's cash position. If a fund's cash position dwindles below the norm then this could be a sign of a lot of recent redemptions, which could easily signal the necessity for more research. Such as in an "un-named" Fairholme fund recently.

Richard Taylor from TX posted about 1 year ago:

THANKS !!!! from a 92 year old invester.

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