Today’s article has a discussion with Tim Rudderow, who is in charge at Mount Lucas U.S. Focused Equity Fund. Rudderrow explains his company find cheap stocks and invests in them. Here’s what they had to say, “Every six months he and his team use a proprietary model to pinpoint the 20 deepest value stocks of the S&P 500, and the fund buys those names and holds them for a year. So at any given time the fund owns as many as 40 companies, which at the time of purchase were some of the cheapest large-cap stocks available. And because stocks are ranked on a relative basis, the fund never runs out of names to purchase.” To read more, CLICK HERE.