Indian equities not as expensive as reported, says Valens Research CEO

As-reported financial information cannot be trusted and have blinded investors from seeing the true earning power, valuation, says Joel Litman

Joel Litman, Valens Research CEO

Joel Litman, Valens Research CEO

The price to earnings multiples of Corporate India as measured by Uniform Earnings is at a 10-year low, signaling markets have room to run, says Joel Litman, president and CEO

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First Published: Jan 30 2020 | 3:08 PM IST

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