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U.S. domestic moat companies finish strong in 2016 and
international moats bounce back in the fourth quarter.
domestic and international wide moat companies flourished following the U.S.
presidential election resulting in the outperformance of Morningstar's U.S Moat
and International Moat Indices, versus their respective broad market indices.
The idea of investing in attractively priced quality companies remains a long-term strategy despite the short-term impact of the U.S. presidential election.
With all eyes having been on the Cubs-Indians
World Series, we can’t help but talk sports metaphors. At VanEck, right now we
like "batting average," given that is aptly conveys the level of relative
success for a particular investment strategy.
Long-term outperformance defines the track record of Morningstar’s success in identifying quality “moat” companies with sustainable competitive advantages that are also trading at attractive valuations.
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A Strong March for Moats
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