comparing growth and value styles

 

Growth                                                        Value

stock volatility high                                   low

character aggressive                                   defensive

upside high                                                    limited

downside can be high                                 low

firms have very bright future                  cheap assets

outperforms bull market                         bear market

benefit from market greed                      market fear

(sell high)                                                       (buy low)

uncertainty extent of rise                        timing of rise

portfolio size 50 issues                            100

 

All this is leading up to talking about why buying is the crucial step for value investors, selling the most important for their growth counterparts.

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  1. Pingback: What stocks to invest in = comparing growth and value styles « PRACTICAL STOCK INVESTING | Stock Investing

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