Published by : AllianceBernstein
Investors are wary about US stock multiples. But elevated valuations of high-growth stocks may be deceiving. Growth overachievers that can deliver persistent fundamental strength often make a mockery of their short-term valuations in hindsight.
Published:13 June 2017
Business Area: Equities
Type: Portable Document Format (.pdf)
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