Bernstein Sees Buy Signals for Value Stocks

For the “quantitative whizzes” at Sanford Bernstein, the chasm that exists between the valuations of the cheapest and most expensive stocks around the world—which has now reached levels “rarely seen in decades of history– is a bullish omen for value stocks.” This according to a recent Bloomberg article. “Add easier financial conditions with stronger economic sentiment in Europe and Asia, and the stage is set for a tentative rebound in the investing strategy over the… Read More

It Might Be Time to Cool Off on Value Stocks

The value stock-trade is getting crowded, according to an article in this week’s WSJ, with some analysts saying they have been “picked over like never before.” The article cites a research report by strategists at Sanford Bernstein & Co. that says, “Sentiment towards value stocks has reached levels rarely seen before, with analysts upgrading value names faster than they have ever done in the past 30 years.” This, says the article, could lead to a… Read More