Value Investing in 2018: Primed for a Comeback?

By Mike Liss - January 5, 2018

2017 brought with it a lot of uncertainty and speculation around what Congress would do, what lawmakers would or wouldn’t pass and what it all means to our economic landscape. But in my world, no matter what does or doesn’t happen, our approach to value investing remains the same: Identify undervalued companies that make products or have services that are needed. We look for high-quality companies that have good returns on capital. Right now, I have my eye on the energy sector and pharmaceuticals. Watch the video below for rationale on why I believe those sectors present good risk-reward opportunities.

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    Value equity Sr. PM Mike Liss sees good risk-reward opportunities in the energy and pharmaceutical sectors in 2018.

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