Posts in Value Investing Research

Does Value Investing Work in the Technology Sector?

May 16, 2014

A recent blog post suggests that value investing in the tech sector is a waste of time. The article tells a compelling story and argues for 2 points: Successful tech stock investing is done when the stocks are dear, not when they are cheap. Tech companies should not get credit for huge piles of cash on their balance sheets. The author then makes the claim that you can't make big money in cheap tech stocks and buying cheap tech doesn't work. We thought the blog post was thought-provoking and it inspired us to conduct a quick empirical analysis to ascertain if there was any truth to the claims.

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Aleph Blog Book Review

June 17, 2013

We post all reviews we come across on the web (let us know if we are missing any): A

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Quantitative Value Video Snippet

June 12, 2013

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Shareholder Yield is here!

May 14, 2013

Cambria Funds is out with an interesting ETF. Here is the fact sheet: At 59bps, this fund is low-cost,

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February 22, 2013

Mumbling, bumbling, and stumbling on a last minute interview with The Motley Fool, but there are few coherent bits in

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