Using Performance To Identify The ‘Dogs Of Tech’
Value investing has become more popular, as evidenced by the record low PE dispersions we’ve had for months now, but buying the cheapest stocks on the market may not work equally well in every sector. “Our analysis suggests that a Dogs of the Dow/S&P strategy works differently for technology – historically the least expensive stocks in tech have not yielded outperformance in the following year, but the 10 biggest underperformers in tech in a given year have collectively materially outperformed the following . . .
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