Ahead of the curve: Value investing – bruised, but not broken

Asset Allocation - Value investing – bruised, but not broken

The COVID-19-induced market crash of 2020 has battered investors, and in particular the fans of value investing. In the first quarter, value lagged growth by nearly 14% in the US and 13% globally, exceeding quarterly shortfalls at the trough of the global financial crisis. These losses are second-worst among all quarterly outcomes in over four decades, eclipsed only by the runaway tech bubble in the fourth quarter of 1999, as growth soared and value stalled.

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Ivonne Forno , CEO of Laborfonds