I’ve posted Article #3 in my series of posts about Valuation-Informed Indexing at the Financial Highway site. It’s called What Other Bloggers Think of Valuation-Informed Indexing — Part One.
Juicy Excerpt: I’ve written extensively on Valuation-Informed Indexing over the past nine years. But I have never believed that the writings of one blogger could ever be enough to bring on the replacement of the Buy-and-Hold Model. We need lots of people (including confirmed Buy-and-Holders, to be sure) participating in discussions held all over the internet. My hope is that we will in the not too distant future all be participating in a national debate focused on the question of what the academic research really says about what works in stock investing.
In this article (and in Part Two, which I will post in two weeks), I want to point you to several bloggers who have done their part to contribute to the launching of such a debate. The links below are to articles discussing Valuation-Informed Indexing in an intelligent way (and in some cases to my responses to those articles). The bloggers who wrote these articles do not necessarily endorse Valuation-Informed Indexing or believe that Buy-and-Hold needs to be replaced. They believe that Valuation-Informed Indexing possesses enough potential appeal that we all should be comparing the two models and over time coming to reasoned conclusions as to what is the best path for the future.