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Why You Must Re-Evaluate Value Stocks

Growth or value stock investing -- what's better? The battle between growth and value investing has been going on for years, with each side offering statistics to support its arguments. Weighing the merits of these two different investment styles is like choosing between chocolate and vanilla. You want both.

A is a share in a company that is anticipated to grow at a rate significantly above the average for the market. These stocks generally do not pay

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