The Case For Sticking With Value StocksGuest Post
The Case For Sticking With Value Stocks by George Athanassakos, The Globe and Mail
On average, value investing beats growth investing. To me, the evidence is overwhelming. Using Canadian data for the period 1986-2014, my research shows that value beat growth, on average, by about 11 per cent. Figures are comparable for the United States as well as Europe, Australasia and Far East (EAFE) markets.
Investors widely use the terms value stocks and . . .
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