When you heard Dimensional Fund Advisors, it’s doesn’t quite have the same ring as American Express, Clorox, or Sprint. However, David Booth is quite a remarkable man. (He drives a Ferrari.) In case you don’t know who he is, he is the man who doled out $300 million to University of Chicago’s business school which was renamed Booth School of Business after him.
As an incredibe pioneer in mutual fund investing, the main topic concerning the conversation was about success. Simply put, to succeed, have a good idea. It may seem easier said than done. After all, he pioneered index and small capitalization investing. This eventually translated into a business that currently holds just over $200 billion in assets.