Are Complex Value Screens Worth The Trouble?
The basic premise behind value investing is easy enough to understand: by stocks for less than they’re worth and then sell them after they appreciate. But even if you have the patience to put such a strategy into place, knowing what companies are actually worth in the first place is no small task. A host of value-oriented screens and strategies have cropped over the years to make investors’ lives easier, but according to research from Alpha Architect, complexity doesn’t . . .
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