Herro: Stocks Still Cheap

David Herro, who was recently named one of Morningstar’s fund managers of the decade, says stocks are still cheap — especially compared to other asset classes. Herro says that during most downturns, his portfolios’ prices fall to about 50% of their underlying values. In the recent downturn, they fell to about 35%, he says, and after the recent rally, they’re trading in the mid-50% range — still near the levels typically seen in normal downturns.

Also make sure to check out Herro’s explanation of how he goes about finding value in stocks.

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