Buy Poor Quality Businesses To Profit From Fiscal QE?

The search for the most attractive investments usually leads to high-quality businesses, with wide margins, high returns on equity, strong balance sheets and attractive valuations. The four broad investment styles -- value, quality, growth and income – are all based on some variation of the above factors.

One set of companies that is generally avoided by most investors are the least efficient, low-margin companies with business models that rely on government subsidies or other public sector initiatives.

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