A New Super Factor: the Investment Case for Knowledge

by Bryce Coward, CFA, Knowledge Leaders Capital

We’re pleased to share a new white paper on the market anomaly that rose above value, size, quality, low volatility and momentum factors. Written by Bryce Coward, CFA, the study details the results of first market test of the Knowledge Effect, the tendency of highly innovative companies to deliver excess returns.

Download the white paper here: A New Super Factor: The Investment Case for Knowledge.


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