To recap the returnsNegative ROE = 6.11%/yearZero or unknown ROE = 10.56%/yearLower half of positive ROE = 11.52%/yearTop half of positive ROE = 12.77%/yearJust for reference, I believe the cut-off between the upper and lower have of positive ROE is an ROE somewhere between 13% and 14%.Requiring an ROE of 15% would then seem to suggest that you will in the better half of companies making money and if you require a sustainable ROE > 15% I think you would capture an even better subset.Going back to another point you have made in the past about requiring ROE to be greater than the cost of capital. Is there a generally accepted figure for the weighted average cost of capital over time?StevnFool
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