Companies with exciting growth stories can lure investors, while those that receive little fanfare can deter them. The resulting optimism about glamour stocks and pessimism about their Value counterparts give rise to the Value premium. Learn more about how human instincts drive the Value factor.Read the paper
New research reveals that equity factor styles, including Value, have existed and persisted since the mid-19th century.
Equity factors, especially Value, are currently very attractively priced and factor premiums persist across interest rate cycles.
As value investing continue to make a comeback, Boston Partners’ Mark Donovan outlines its five principles that have stood the test of time.