Hi Melissa, in addition to the great answer from Andrew, here are some added generalities of growth versus value stocks.
Growth stocks: 1) Typically grow earnings/revenues faster than the market. 2) Are less likely to pay
Melissa, mutual fund managers, and almost all money managers have an investment objective.
Simply put, if a manager of a fund is seeking to invest in 'value' stocks, then he or she would be looking for stocks that are trading
Growth and value are different styles of investing. Growth stocks funds focus on companies that have revenue and earnings growth which are greater than the overall market. Value style funds focus on companies which are considered
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