Value Vs. Growth: Guess Which Stocks Are The Winners

For at least 60 years, so-called value investors have advocated buying stocks that have low prices relative to current earnings, cash flow, or other measures of intrinsic value. Growth investors, on the other hand, have pushed glamour stocks with high price-earnings ratios as a way to capitalize on the growth potential of successful companies that have won market approval.

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