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The Morningstar® Wide Moat Focus IndexSM completed its quarterly review on Friday, March 20, 2020. The Index rebalanced, and added and removed securities based on valuation opportunities among U.S. wide moat companies. Two notable additions this quarter: Boeing (BA) and Bank of America (BAC).
Despite coronavirus concerns, U.S. tech stocks have posted strong returns to kick off 2020, continuing their impressive streak from 2019. But are the current tech valuations sustainable?
By many metrics, the stock market may be considered overvalued, which presents investors and their advisors with a dilemma: how do you continue allocating to U.S. equities in a prudent way?
KLA Corp., Applied Materials Inc. and Facebook were top contributors to performance of the Morningstar® Wide Moat Focus IndexSM as superior stock selection was the major moat investing theme of 2019.
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