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Does value investing work in India?

posted Nov 25, 2019, 11:56 PM by Harshul Vohra

It does, and it improves investor’s odds of getting higher returns.
The distribution of five-year returns over the long period shows that value-style investing improved the investor’s odds of making a high return.
The MSCI India Value Index, on an average, earned a five-year return (CAGR) of 14.9 per cent over the last 19-year period, while investors in the MSCI India Growth Index averaged 12.9 per cent.
Broadly, the calendaryear returns suggest that value style investing contains losses better than growth in big bear markets. It also delivers bigger gains in the initial legs of a new bull market. But when a bull market takes wing and establishes itself, growth stocks overtake their value counterparts.

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