Why Value Stocks are Better Investment than Growth Stocks

According to Investopedia, a value stock is one that “trades at a lower price relative to its fundamentals,” and a growth stock is one that “is anticipated to grow at a rate significantly above the average growth for the market.” Value stocks, by definition, underperform and take time to regain lost ground; whereas growth stocks often … Read more

What is Value Investing?

The essence of value investing is buying a stock at a price that is significantly lower than the intrinsic value of the company. Given that the future price of a stock is uncertain, the main purpose of value investing is to generate wide “margin of safety” in order to protect principal and seek good returns … Read more

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