Paul Espinosa examines the universe of value stocks that lie within the emerging markets. Rather than rely on basic quantitative measures to distinguish “cheap” stocks from “expensive” ones, Paul defines seven distinct sources of value that might represent viable opportunities for long-term, value-oriented investments. He applies these seven definitions to the securities universe within the emerging markets and discovers a subset worth $1.4 trillion. Paul concludes by noting that the opportunity to find value in emerging markets is large, diverse, and displays compelling valuation characteristics.
- Paul Espinosa, Portfolio Manager
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