April 19, 2021
WITH expectations of a post-crisis sudden acceleration in economic activity taking over the financial markets’ narrative, Value stocks are starting to pick up pace.
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SEASONED stock market investors tend to divide shares in two main categories: Momentum and Value. The latter fits into the traditional philosophy of trading by acquiring stocks that are cheap but nevertheless have the potential to outperform more glamorous (and pricier) ones - something akin to bargain hunting. (Interestingly, data analysis shows that historically cheap stocks tend to perform better than pricier ones in the long run.)