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Value Stocks May Have Done a Lot Better Than You Think

Value Stocks May Have Done a Lot Better Than You Think

Skip to Main ContentSkip to SearchByValue’s drought isn’t nearly as bad as many have made it out to be. I am referring to the disappointing performance of value stocks relative to growth stocks. Using the traditional academic definition to differentiate the two types of stock—value stocks have low price-to-book-value ratios, growth stocks have high ones—value has lagged behind growth for nearly 14 years. Over the previous 80 years, in contrast, value far outperformed growth. Had...To Read the Full StorySponsored Offers

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‘Trump stocks’ have significantly lagged the U.S. market since 2016 — while ‘Clinton stocks’ have soared

‘Trump stocks’ have significantly lagged the U.S. market since 2016 — while ‘Clinton stocks’ have soared

Take with a grain of salt any forecast about which stocks will do well if Joe Biden wins the U.S. presidency. To be sure, these forecasts can make for interesting reading, but to paraphrase a quotation from Warren Buffett, their only value is to make fortune tellers look good. Consider what happened four years ago when analysts were trying to guess which stocks would do well during a Clinton administration and which under a Trump administration. They couldn’t have been more wrong.From two different websites at the time I collected 25 stocks that would supposedly thrive if Clinton were...

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This spot-on predictor of who will win the 2020 presidential election is not the stock market or even opinion polls

This spot-on predictor of who will win the 2020 presidential election is not the stock market or even opinion polls

Does the stock market predict the winner of U.S. presidential elections? Many argue that it does, pointing to the historical correlation between the incumbent party retaining the White House and the stock market’s strength in the months leading up to Election Day in November.Given President Donald Trump’s preoccupation with the stock market, he apparently agrees. Recently he tweeted that if he’s not re-elected, — though one major Wall Street firm if Trump’s presumptive challenger Joe Biden is elected.Read:I’m not so sure about this alleged correlation between the stock market and the...

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