Deep Dive: Here are Wall Street’s favorite value stocks
Mark Hulbert, a MarketWatch columnist and stock market analyst with decades of experience, published an article that takes a balanced look at recent evidence that growth strategies may be replaced by value.
You can read Hulbert’s analysis here, and I urge you to do so. You may be surprised that his data point to the last dozen years as being an anomaly — value strategies have beaten growth over very long periods.
If you expect the outperformance of growth stocks to continue, you may be interested in this interview with Justin White, the manager of the T. Rowe Price New America Growth Fund
has, by far, the heaviest weighting, making up 8.7% of SPYV. But Apple doesn’t make the list below, as only 52% of analysts polled by FactSet rate the shares a “buy” or the equivalent. The next largest holding is J.P. Morgan Chase