Posted by on Jul 26, 2019 in Articles & Advice, Blog, Columns, Featured |

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By Jason Zweig  |   Updated July 26, 2019 1:19 pm ET


A money manager is proposing what he calls the Forever Fund. Investors would commit to lock their money up for 10 years at the very least. How good an idea is that?

Meb Faber, chief executive of Cambria Investment Management in El Segundo, Calif., which manages approximately $1 billion, has been talking about the concept on podcasts and Twitter. In a world of itchy-fingered traders, he wants investors to leave their money undisturbed for decades.


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