Value Stocks: Why We Still Own Them

June 24, 2019

Our research shows that value outperforms broad equity markets over the long term

Growth stocks have beaten value stocks for most of the past decade, especially in the U.S., causing many investors to lose faith in value.

In Canada, we’re taking a measured approach to traditional value. If you look into our portfolios, you’ll see that our focus is on long-term outcomes. We intend to maintain our stance, based on our research and empirical evidence. 

Download our paper, Value Stocks: Why We Still Own Them, to find out:

  • Why stocks eventually return to their long-term average prices – and what they look like
  • The uncomfortable truth about value
  • How we build our portfolios 

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