Exploring Different Investment Strategies: Growth vs. Value Stocks 

Value Stocks 

Value stocks are shares of companies trading below their intrinsic value, often overlooked by  investors. They typically have stable earnings, low price-to-earnings ratios, and pay dividends.

Growth Stocks 

Growth stocks are shares of companies expected to grow at a faster rate than the market average. They often reinvest earnings for expansion rather than paying dividends.

Characteristics of Value and Growth Stocks 

Value Stock 1. Undervalued, priced lower than the broader market 2. Low P/E value 3. Risk Relatively stable with low volatility 4. High dividend yield

Growth Stock 1. Overvalued, priced higher than the broader market 2. High earnings growth 3. High risk with more volatility 4. Low or no dividend yield

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