Published Tue, 18 Dec 2012 08:55:25 -0500 on Seeking Alpha
Empirical research by professors Eugene Fama from the University of Chicago and Kenneth French from Dartmouth's Tuck School shows that small cap and value stocks have outperformed other securities over the long run. In the period between 1927 and 2009, small-cap value stocks returned 14.9% per year, easily outperforming the broad U.S. stock market, whose returns averaged 9.6% per year. For the reference, returns on the large-cap value stocks averaged 11.8% per year over the same period. In an effort to achieve higher risk-adjusted returns, investors willing to accept a higher degree of risk should consider investing in small-caps value stocks that pay dividends. David Dreman, the epitome of contrarian value investing, co-manages a portfolio of small-cap stock of undervalued, structurally-sound companies. A mutual fund carrying his name, the Dreman Small Cap Value Fund (KDSAX), consists of 124 holdings, including a number of positions that... Read more
|Stock name||Last trade||P/E||Earnings/Share||Dividend/Share||Dividend yield|
|CBL & ASSOCIATES PROPERTIES||4.63||10.3||0.45||0.80||16.23|
|OMEGA HEALTHCARE INVESTORS||25.48||51.0||0.50||2.64||10.06|
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