Are Value Stocks Cheap for a Fundamental Reason?

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The value spread remains unusually high, which has led investors to be concerned that value may be cheap for a reason. In this short presentation, AQR’s Portfolio Solutions Group (PSG) explains how they evaluate this spread and illustrates the view that the current high value spread is forecasting higher expected returns, and not low fundamental growth rates.

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