Value stocks and Patience – may be the only way to turn around Bleak Returns

By What We Are Reading December 15, 2016
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It is a terrible time for investors. With bleak returns seeming to be the norm across the globe in this tumultuous stretch, they are relying on varied valuation metrics in hope of enhancing dividends. This piece discusses the best valuation metrics to gauge whether a stock is “cheap” or “expensive” and also provides an insight into Andrew Lapthorne’s views on why modern-day investors have to be brave to hold on to value stocks and be prepared to lose money for some time. 

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“Value stocks — and patience — may be the only way to turn around bleak returns”

http://www.marketwatch.com/story/value-stocks-and-patience-may-be-the-only-way-to-turn-around-bleak-returns-2016-10-26


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