Capital Markets Autumn 2019 Press Release
Further, Neuman points to a recently published research paper by academics Baruch Lev and Anup Srivastava, “Explaining the Demise of Value Investing,” which further supports the assertion that the likelihood of a resurgence in value investing seems low.
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