High Growth Stocks vs. Low Growth Stocks

High Growth Stocks vs. Low Growth Stocks Chart suggesting that high growth stocks are expensive relative to low growth stocks. Picture source: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research

U.S. Yield Curve and Growth/Value P/E Ratio

U.S. Yield Curve and Growth/Value P/E Ratio The chart below shows that the shape of yield curve explains nearly 50% of the variation in value vs. growth multiples. Actually, when the U.S. economy is sluggish, investors prefer growth stocks. Picture source: BlackRock, Inc.

Will Value Ever Outperform Growth?

Will Value Ever Outperform Growth? When the U.S. economy is weak, investors prefer growth stocks. But value could outperform again, when the U.S. economy will be stronger. Picture source: Ned Davis Research

Growth Has Outperformed Value Since 2015

Growth Has Outperformed Value Since 2015 Is is time for value stocks to shine? Actually, tech stocks contribute to widening the gap between growth and value. Picture source: Wells Fargo Investment Institute

Stock Market Forecasting Models vs. US Stock Market

Stock Market Forecasting Models vs. US Stock Market – Growth of $1,000 As an example, the chart shows the growth of $1,000 since 1970, between the stock market forecasting models and the US stock market (compound return before taxes, fees and transactions costs – unleveraged, simulated long & short trades – quarterly basis & logarithmic…

The Stock Market Continues to Climb the Wall of Worry

The Stock Market Continues to Climb the Wall of Worry There is always a good reason not to invest in the stock market, but you may miss a significant portion of your capital growth. Picture source: Bank of America Merrill Lynch