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Which Is Better, Value or Growth Investing?

Each year, members of the Mont Pelerin Society, all of whom are political and economic experts, come together from around the world. I’ve been attending the group’s meetings since I was invited by Milton Friedman in 1988 — 30 years ago. That gathering was in Tokyo, and I’ve been a member since 2002. This year’s gathering was in the Canary’s Islands

The morning breakfast panel at this year’s event featured a discussion on value investing and the Austrian theory of the business cycle. During this panel, I made two central points:

First, value investing — buying stocks that are undervalued compared to other stocks — is a good long-term strategy, but one that requires patience. Often, the price of an undervalued stock can go lower before it goes higher.

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This year has seen growth stocks significantly outperforming their value-oriented counterparts. Is growth investing the way to go right now?

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Which Is Better, Value or Growth Investing?

This year has seen growth stocks significantly outperforming their value-oriented counterparts. Is growth investing the way to go right now?

Each year, members of the Mont Pelerin Society, all of whom are political and economic experts, come together from around the world. I??ve been attending the group??s meetings since I was invited by Milton Friedman in 1988 — 30 years ago. That gathering was in Tokyo, and I??ve been a member since 2002. This year’s gathering was in the Canary’s Islands

The morning breakfast panel at this year’s event featured a discussion on value investing and the Austrian theory of the business cycle. During this panel, I made two central points:

First, value investing — buying stocks that are undervalued compared to other stocks — is a good long-term strategy, but one that requires patience. Often, the price of an undervalued stock can go lower before it goes higher.

To read the rest of this column, please click here

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Mark Skousen is a college professor, prolific author and world-renowned speaker. He??s made his unique sense of market and investment trends known and respected in the financial world. With a Ph.D. in economics and a focus on the principles of free-market capitalism and ??Austrian? economics, Mark Skousen has often gone contrary to the crowd in his investment choices and economic predictions ?? and has often been proved right.

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