Tip & How-To about Finance
The difference between a growth and value investor is that
growth investors look towards the future while value investors look to the
past. A growth investor believes that companies growing quickly will have god returns.
The investor will pay according to how high the anticipated growth is. On the
other hand, a value investor looks at financial statements to figure out an intrinsic
value of the stock and then compare this figure to the current price of the
stock. If the current price is lower than the value then the investor will buy
to raise the market place to equal the intrinsic value price.
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