The Dimensional Fund Advisors family of funds has held an integral position in AMDG Financial clients’ portfolios because it stands apart as a consistently superior tool that supports a prudent investing strategy.
Plymouth, MI (PRWEB) October 28, 2013
Congratulations, Dr. Fama. Dr. Eugene Fama, winner of this year’s Nobel Prize in Economics, inspired the founding of Dimensional Fund Advisors, and his ongoing contributions have guided their investment approach for more than three decades.
Since starting AMDG Financial, a fee only fiduciary RIA, in January 2002, the Dimensional Fund Advisors family of funds has held an integral position in AMDG clients’ portfolios because it stands apart as a consistently superior tool that supports a prudent investing strategy. As the DFA website says, “Professor Fama's groundbreaking work on asset pricing and markets inspired the founding of Dimensional, and his ongoing contributions have guided our investment approach for more than three decades. We extend our congratulations to Gene for this well-deserved recognition and thank him for his profound impact on Dimensional and investors worldwide.” A brief video is available at http://www.dfaus.com. Click on the header with Gene’s picture to view.
Wayne Titus, owner of AMDG Financial says, “At AMDG Financial, when we search for the most suitable financial and investment tools, we apply a simple criterion: Use the best tools to manage client wealth to help them achieve their long-term goals. The science behind making our choices is complex, but since starting AMDG Financial, the DFA family of funds has always appeared best in almost every asset class. Our clients like the consistent, conservative growth over time.” DFA has grown from $36 billion under management in 2002 to $300 billion in assets today, in sharp contrast to shrinking assets in many mutual funds. Says Titus, “We attribute the success of DFA to their long-term, academic-based investment approach.”
Titus adds, “As our credo says: Through financial wisdom, better stewardship. Kudos, Dr. Fama.”