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My recollection is there were several posts and related blogs in the past where the individuals were attempting to combine MFI with some other screening factor. I believe the end results were that the additional factors did not contribute to any extra or excess returns. None of those blogs exist any longer, so that kind of drives home the point for me that is didn't help.

As IlanBigfoot mentioned you should definitely hold a basket of stocks and follow the rules if you decide to invest in the strategy. Personally, I also favor stocks that pay some dividend. For some number of years there seemed to be a reasonably strong correlation between higher dividend paying MFI stocks and better returns. But whether that was related to the company's market caps or dividends I cannot say for sure.

cheers,
j
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