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Wednesday, August 23, 2006

Growth and Value Trends by Decade

Breaking down growth and value trends through decades is another important way to determine the breakdown of how you should allocate.

Since the 1930s only that decade and the 1990s were periods growth outperfromed value. So the decades of the 1940s through 1980s value stocks were dominant. The 1990s was an anomaly because of the technology and internet-related stocks were in favor and that helped growth stocks outperfrom value. In the coming decades we will see if the 1990s was an anomaly or if it foreshadowed a change to come in behavior in the stock market.


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