Is value investing dead? These managers don’t think soMichelle Jones
For quite some time, value has been losing out to growth, and as a result, many have been wondering whether value investing is dead. At the Morningstar Investment Conference, Chuck Bath of Diamond Hill Capital Management, Ramona Persaud of Fidelity Investments and David Wallack of T. Rowe Price offered some insights into their value investing processes.
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