Research of the monthly price-to-sales multiple of the S&P 500 Index over the past 30+ years shows a nearly 90% correlation between the price-to-sales of the index and its future 10-year return. And that at the points in which the index had a lower price-to-sales multiple, the probability of future 10-year returns was higher than when the index had a higher price-to-sales multiple.
So how can using the price-to-sales ratio of a diversified portfolio of stocks provide guidance to potential forward-looking returns?
Learn more by attending this informative webinar, where we will discuss:
- The power of evaluating investments based on price-to-sales multiples—and their long-term predictability of future returns
- Research showing why companies that typically traded on the higher end of the price-to-sales spectrum were at greater risk of pull back if they did not achieve certain revenue growth rates
- Why companies with high price-to-sales multiples must grow their revenues at an exponential rate compared to the rest of the market
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Global Beta Advisors LLC
David Armstrong - Moderator
Editor-in-Chief and Executive Director of Content and User Engagement