2017: year of the value investor?

A comeback for the discipline that fell out of favour after the global financial crisis may have only just begun

24/01/2017
Outlook-2017
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Value investing, made famous by Benjamin Graham in the 1930s and 1940s fell out of favour after the global financial crisis. Investors have instead preferred to pay a premium for more dependable stocks rather than back those unloved by the market. But that trend may be turning around.

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