Value ETFs Don't Really Live Up To Their NameGuest Post
Value ETFs Don't Really Live Up To Their Name by George Athanassakos, The Globe And Mail
Academic studies have shown that, on average since 1980, value stocks have beaten growth stocks by about 10 per cent in Canada and, depending on the market, by between 6 per cent and 10 per cent in the U.S. The figures are smaller since 1998, but still significantly positive.
But this evidence does not square with . . .
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