Value stocks have now lagged growth for more than a decade – an excruciatingly long stretch for value investors. And while the value premium has disappeared for extended periods of time before only to ultimately reappear, there is talk now that this time it may be gone for good. Is this time truly different for value? The author of today’s article examines the theories suggesting its demise – and the prospects for its return. For more, CLICK HERE.
With the bull market in its 10th year, the stock market challenging all-time highs, and assorted economic and political concerns, investors may be considering rotating out of growth stocks and into value stocks – but the author of today’s article advises “value investors had better be very cautious about what sort of ‘value’ they are looking for”, noting that “they often ignore or overlook the signs that a value trap is just about to eat into their assets.” He proceeds to outline “11 specific areas that investors need to consider when it comes to value investing now that the stock market has again challenged new all-time highs.” For more, CLICK HERE.
Goldman Sachs recently declared it dead, but have reports of the demise of value investing been greatly exaggerated? The author of today’s article argues that “today’s market is the best in many years for value investors, the real value investors, that is.” What flaws does he see in the argument that value investing no longer works? What do “real” value investors look for in companies that gives them an advantage – and what company does the author highlight as a top value pick today? CLICK HERE to find out.