Stephen Jenkins outlines a surprising discrepancy that adds further support to the case for value.
Kim Shannon discusses the extreme spread between value and growth, reminiscent of the year 2000.
Kim Shannon shares her observations about the growth of IPOs with negative earnings.
Kim Shannon shares her observations about a chart outlining the current dispersion between growth and value.
We recently read “Unicorns, Cheshire Cats and the New Dilemmas of Entrepreneurial Finance?”, authored by Martin Kenny and John Zysman of the Berkeley Roundtable on the International Economy, with great relish. In the paper, the researchers actively challenge the belief that the continued growth and dominance of winner-take-all business models are inevitable.
In the search for excess returns, investors chase disruptors that they believe will transform the way businesses operate. High-quality investment opportunities are being discarded in their wake, which is great news for contrarian investors like Sionna. We aren’t blind to disruption in the economy and industry. But, we also recognize when things go too far, too fast. Kim Shannon recently delved into this topic and revealed a current stock we believe the market has dramatically overlooked. This stock is inexpensive on a price-to-earnings basis and is trading almost 50 percent below its all-time high. Curious?