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3 Shades of Value

Daniel Sotiroff (daniel.sotiroff@morningstar.com)

Value investing has long been associated with excess rates of return. Generally speaking, a value-oriented approach involves buying stocks that are cheap according to some measure of intrinsic value in hopes that they will one day appreciate to their fair value. Patience is a requirement, and the past decade has tested the strongest advocates of value investing.