Intangible Assets Now Account For More Than 84% Of S&P 500 – ValueWalk Premium

Intangible Assets Now Account For More Than 84% Of S&P 500

Intangible Assets increasingly important today

The world of investing has changed significantly since Benjamin Graham and David Dodd first invested value investing nearly 90 years ago. Today, it is easy for any investor to quickly assess the potential of any company via the Internet and plethora of stock screeners ensure that value opportunities are quick and easy to find.

It’s not just the accessibility of financial information has improved it is the nature of companies themselves.

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