Quality isn’t what it used to be. Investing strategies with a “quality” tilt – favoring companies that have, among other characteristics, strong balance sheets and good corporate governance – have not been as successful in outperforming the market in recent years, according to Goldman Sachs. However, analysts at the investment bank have identified some companies – 50 to be exact – that would qualify as “quality” names and that they believe have the potential to beat the market going forward. To find out what these stocks are, CLICK HERE.
Quality-Based Strategies Are Losing Ground – But These 50 Quality Names Could Beat The Market
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