GROWTH VS. VALUE
Growth vs. Value: What’s the Difference?
With the wide variety of stocks in the market, figuring out which ones you want to invest in can be a challenging task. Many investors feel it’s useful to have a system for finding stocks that might be worth buying, deciding what price to pay, and identifying when a stock should be sold. Bull markets –periods in which prices as a group tend to rise – and bear markets – periods of declining prices – can lead investors to make irrational choices. Having objective criteria for buying and selling can help you avoid emotional decision-making. Even if you don’t want to select stocks yourself – and many people would much prefer to have a professional do the work of researching specific investments – it can be helpful to understand the concepts that professionals use in evaluating and buying stocks. There are generally two schools of thought about how to choose stocks that may be worth investing in. Value
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