Value Stocks

Value stocks tend to trade at a lower price relative to their fundamentals, such as dividends, earnings, and sales, making them appealing to investors with longer time horizons.

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Value or Growth Stocks: Which Is Better?
How the Peg Ratio Can Help Uncover Value Stocks
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Market Value Vs. Intrinsic Value
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Value Trap
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Large-Value Stock
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Mid-Cap Value Stock
Time Arbitrage