Wed, 21 August 2019
The valuation gap between expensive and cheap stocks is the lowest it has been in 9 years. Why is value being ignored while growth gets expensive?
Looking for stocks that are trading at a discount is called value investing. Traditionally this is done by looking at the P/E ratio and right now the valuation gap between expensive and cheap stocks is the lowest it has been in 9 years. Now that investors are turning their attention to quality stocks, value investing is something you should be keeping your eye on as periods of underperformance are followed by periods of outperformance. Other topics include:
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