Goldman Sachs: Win With These Stocks In Q1 of 2014VW Staff
The first quarter of the year is frequently known to follow a seasonal pattern. Stocks that have suffered poor valuations, as well as sector laggards, generally do well in this early part of the year.
“Lower valuation stocks have outperformed peers by an average of 420 bp in 1Q during the past 35 years vs. just 170 bp in all other quarters. Buying laggards has also performed well early in the calendar year, which is notable given the strategy’s extremely poor long-term cumulative returns,” say Goldman Sachs analysts Stuart Kaiser, David J Kostin, Amanda Sneider, Ben Sneider, Rima . . .
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