Six cheap stocks in an expensive market

We use three methods to spot rare pockets of value
Thursday 09 Nov 2017 Author: Tom Sieber
Stock markets across the globe are marking new highs as investors continue to focus more on how fast earnings are growing rather than how these earnings are being valued. ‘Growth’ and ‘value’ investing are typically seen as being in opposition to each other and growth is on a winning streak. The US Russell 1000 Value Index has returned 9.7% in 2017 against 24% for the US Russell 1000 Growth...

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