Quality Part 1: Defining the Quality Factor

Categories: General Market Analysis, Financial Analysis, Investor Education, Equity Investments

Country or region: Asia Pacific (Overall)

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To demonstrate that higher-quality companies, regardless of the definition of quality, on average earn higher risk-adjusted returns than lower-quality companies, we used the S&P 500® Quality Index, which is a composite measure of ROE, accruals, and leverage, as an example.  ......


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