In the age-old debate of growth investing vs. value investing, Chief Income Strategist Marc Lichtenfeld is going to have the last word…
As he says in this week’s episode of his YouTube series State of the Market, Marc believes both strategies are crucial for building a wealthy retirement.
Growth investing allows investors to seize the market’s highest-potential stocks even at accordingly high valuations – think of Facebook (Nasdaq: FB) or Netflix (Nasdaq: NFLX).
Meanwhile, value investing allows investors to scoop up shares of great companies at a discount – and benefit from their usually higher dividend yields.
In the past several years, high-growth companies, like Facebook and Netflix, have turned investors’ heads with their strong performance.
But now the tide seems to be turning…
In 2021, the market has begun to favor value stocks again in a meaningful way.
And in this week’s episode of State of the Market, Marc plans to show you exactly how to play this cyclical trend.
He’s identified three value stocks to buy now – one large cap, one midcap and one small cap – all with price-to-earnings (P/E) ratios below the S&P 500’s historical average P/E ratio.
One produces the bestselling vehicle in the United States…
Another has a major catalyst coming in the next year…
And the third is expected to grow earnings by nearly 250%.