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Six of the best value funds for 2017
Thursday 12 Jan 2017 Author: Tom Sieber
Often perceived as old-fashioned in comparison to growth or momentum, value investing is the art of buying stocks that trade at a significant discount to intrinsic value. Investors can gain exposure to value strategies through select funds, many of which have delivered long-term outperformance, offer diversification from the more typical UK portfolio as well as protection against market falls. Value investing explained A proven, long-term approach, value investing focuses...

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