Value vs. Growth: Decade Long Pause Provides Great Entry

Executive Summary
  • Over the past century, value stocks have outperformed both growth stocks and the market as a whole.

  • During the past decade, the value strategy has experienced uncharacteristically low returns causing a significant amount of pain for hedge fund managers and other investors who invest in quantitatively cheap companies.

  • Although it’s tempting to proclaim that this time is different, it never is.

  • The decline of value stocks offers a compelling entry point relative to growth stocks.

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