NEI Global Value Fund
It takes more than skill to achieve long-term success through all market conditions. It takes conviction.
"Growth" versus "value"
The two most well-known “styles” when it comes to stock investing are growth and value. Growth investors look for newer companies with a recent history — and an expected future — of sharply rising sales. Value investors target older companies that may be out of favour with the broad market, with stock prices that are lower than what the investor thinks they should be. One style tends to outperform the other depending on economic conditions, and so incorporating both can help smooth out long-term returns in a well-diversified portfolio.
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