Quality and value are two of the most powerful drivers of stock market profits. After the economic turmoil and market volatility we’ve seen in 2020, it’s possible that these two factors could have a major influence on the International Personal Finance (LON:IPF) share price.
For contrarian investors looking for shares that are overlooked by the market, quality and value are vital clues. Research shows that good quality, cheaply priced shares can deliver stunning returns over time. So it’s no surprise that these rules are used by some of the world’s most respected investors – from Joel Greenblatt to Warren Buffett.
The International Personal Finance share price has moved by -77.0% over the past three months and it’s currently trading at 38. But what’s interesting about this share is its strong exposure to those all-important profit drivers of high quality and a relatively cheap valuation.
Here’s an idea of where you can see that: