Valuation Risk: From Micro to Macro


  Price to Sales Price to Earnings
RevenueShares Mid Cap Index 0.41 20.74
S&P MidCap 400 1.30 23.25


As valuation risk becomes more and more of a concern, using RevenueShares as a compliment to your existing strategies may assist your portfolio in lessening that risk. Through reducing your valuation risk, a low price to sales strategy may result in improved investing performance.

²The P/S for the real estate sector in the RevenueShares Mid Cap Index is 3.13, and the P/E is 31.38. It’s different/lower due to our weighting methodology, which gives a higher weighting to the higher revenue stocks on a trailing 12 month basis. All data points are sourced from Bloomberg as of 6/30.

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An investor can not invest directly in the index

Beta: A measure of the volatility, or systematic risk, of a security or a portfolio in comparison to the market as a whole.

The S&P 400®. The index measures the performance of the mid capitalization sector of the U.S. equity market.

An investor cannot invest directly in an index.