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The Morningstar® Wide Moat Focus IndexTM underwent its quarterly index review in June. Changes in Morningstar’s view of industries have recently led to more instances of a company exiting the index due to a moat rating downgrade.
May was challenging for the Morningstar® Wide Moat Focus IndexSM as key real estate and semiconductor stocks contributed to its underperformance of the broad U.S. equity markets. The Index now gears up for its quarterly review of valuations and moat ratings.
The Morningstar® Wide Moat Focus IndexSM bounced back in April following a lackluster March — thanks, in large part, to Facebook. Here we take a deeper dive into Facebook’s journeys in and out of the index.
Companies that benefit from efficient scale operate in a market that may only support one or a few competitors, which limits competitive pressures.
Cost leaders often exert significant control over market prices, which may give them an advantage over competitors, though it is one of the most difficult competitive advantages to maintain.