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Goldman Sachs: Value Investing Is Dead

Value investing is dead according to a new report from Goldman Sachs’ Portfolio Strategy Research Team headed by Ben Snider.

In a research report issued earlier this week, Snider and team claim that over the past decade the value factor has suffered a cumulative 15% loss, declining in six of the last ten years. This dire performance has certainly proved to be a large black mark on the factor’s long term performance. From 1940 to 2007 the value factor pioneered by Eugene Fama and Kenneth French . . .


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