Ahead of the curve: Grasping intangible assets

Evolution of on and off-balance sheet assets relative to total assets

Even the name hints at the challenge: intangible assets are hard to value. Recently, investors have looked to these assets to explain a decade of underperformance by value stocks. But new research suggests no tangible performance benefit from adjusting for intangibles.

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