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29 July 2019 (AFR) – Buying ‘quality’ stocks is no silver bullet

[COMMENT: This is an interesting article for all of the investors who are interested in the discussions about ‘quality stocks’, or value versus growth investing.]

(29 July 2019, AFR, p28, James Thomson)

‘If the Merlon research shows us nothing else it’s that lazy investment slogans – such as “always buy quality” – shouldn’t be followed blindly. It’s the sort of investment mantra that no one can argue with: find high-quality companies, invest for the long term and you won’t go wrong. But Joey Mui, a portfolio manager at fund manager and noted AMP bull Merlon Capital, says putting your faith in “quality” companies isn’t as foolproof as many might think, particularly during a time of low interest rates.’

Read more at AFR.com (might need AFR login access, or try: AFR.com/trial)

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