Large Buybacks Outperform S&P 500 by 5 Percent Per Annum
Buybacks have outperformed the market for most of the last twenty years, but total shareholder return has been even more important, according to research from the Goldman Sachs Portfolio Strategy team. They found that the S&P 500 (INDEXSP:.INX) has doubled buybacks over the last decade and that companies involved in large buybacks beat the market by an average of 5.3 percent per year for the last two decades, and that choosing stocks based on tot cash returns . . .
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