Fundamental Items Rarely Affect Valuation

Almost all fundamental investors based their research, analysis and investment decisions on the assumption that some positive relationships exist over time between equity valuation and key financial metrics.

However, while a large amount of investment activity is based on the assumed relationships between the aforementioned factors, research conducted by S&P Capital IQ, shows that for the past decade it has been impossible to prove a strong statistical relationship between commonly referenced fundamental financial statistics and the direction of the equity . . .

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