Do you prefer investing in growth or value stocks?
And why? Since many people will prefer both, please describe how you allocate your portfolio between the two.
I will plan my portfolio with equal weight to both. I will go for growth at the same time I need trusted value stock in my basket. I will never put all eggs in one basket. I will distribut them so risk is low and better return. I will never go for betting, futurs and options, derivatives. These are no - no for retail and small investor.
Growth following a nasty bear market as they often shoot up highest in a new bull phase. Value, particularly highly defensive stocks, are good when a bull market is too extended and a downturn is more probable.
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