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This Week:
Memorize This, Earn a Dollar
1) Valuations control long-term returns. The higher the price you pay today for each dollar you expect to receive in the future, the lower the long-term return you should expect from your investment. Don't take current earnings at face value, because profit margins are not permanent. Historically, the most reliable indicators of market valuation are driven by revenues, not earnings.
2) Risk-seeking and risk-aversion control returns over shorter portions of the market cycle. The difference between an overvalued market that becomes more overvalued, and an overvalued market that crashes, has little to do with the level of valuation and everything to do with the attitude of investors toward risk. When investors are risk-seeking, they are rarely selective about it. Historically, the most reliable way to measure risk attitudes is by the uniformity or divergence of price movements across a wide range of securities.
By John P. Hussman, Ph.D.
President, Hussman Investment Trust
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Investment Research & Insight

Feature Article:
Is the Rush into European Stock
Markets Warranted?

There are two characteristics of European stocks that investors should consider before accepting the premise that they are ideal candidates to overweight in a portfolio. The first is that rising valuation multiples have been the nearly singular cause for higher prices over the last few years. Second, the component of returns driven by rising valuation multiples - which have diverged so extensively from fundamental growth - is highly correlated to US stock market fluctuations. To be bullish on European stocks, one should be bullish on US stocks.
By William Hester, CFA
Senior Financial Analyst
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Mutual Fund Brokerage Fees and Trading Costs
How much do mutual funds pay in commissions and trading costs? This is a question that the mutual fund industry seems reluctant to answer. In an industry already complicated by fees - sales loads, soft dollars, trailing fees, 12b-1 marketing fees - asking mutual funds to prominently disclose trading costs is unpopular among fund companies. We've decided to take the lead anyway. It's the right thing to do.
By John P. Hussman, Ph.D.
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July 20, 2015: New update to
Fund Notes and Commentary discussing the current investment stance of the Hussman Funds.

June 30, 2015: The Hussman Funds made the following income distributions: Strategic Total Return Fund, $0.01 per share, Strategic Dividend Value Fund $0.03 per share.

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