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Value or Growth Stocks: Which Will Outperform Next?

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Wed, 2 Feb 2011

Kurtis Hemmerling submits: People generally point to previous research when trying to determine which group of stocks, value or growth, is more profitable as a general rule. Fama and French in 1996 analyzed the markets between 1975 - 95 and found that value stocks with deep intrinsic value ...

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