From Franklin Templeton Investments: Since 2008, US growth stocks (particularly in faster-growing sectors such as technology) have tended to perform better than US value stocks, as the chart below shows.
From Zacks: Amid both peaks and troughs, the ETF industry is seeing explosive growth thanks to its unique strategies, creativity, transparency, diversification benefits, enhanced tax competences, low turnover and of course low cost.
From Franklin Templeton Investments: In recent years, value investing has played second fiddle to growth investing. But now could the stage be set for its return to the limelight? Franklin Mutual Series CEO Peter Langerman weighs in with his thoughts and explains why he is optimistic.
From Franklin Templeton Investments: Growth and value investing are often seen as competing styles, with one outperforming or underperforming the other during different periods of time and market cycles.
From Invesco: As 2017 nears its end, US value stocks are mired in their longest stretch of underperformance versus growth stocks since the Great Depression, held back by low interest rates and easy monetary policy.
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Vanguard has been leading the ultra-cheap ETF market, and is easily the top choice for investors seeking low-cost products in many fund categories. This technique has proven to be a winning strategy for the company as investors have flocked in droves to
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Last week, I addressed some of the tax issues investors need to be aware of when they own shares of various commodities ETFs, so this week I wanted to build on the tax theme by answering