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Long-Term Value Investing

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Long-Term Value Investing
Value investing is a long-term strategy that requires patience and discipline. Investors focus on the long-term potential of their holdings.

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Growth Investing
Identifying Growth Stocks
Growth investors seek stocks of companies with strong growth potential. These companies often reinvest earnings for expansion.

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Growth Metrics and Ratios
Evaluate growth stocks based on metrics like earnings per share (EPS) growth, revenue growth, and forward price-to-earnings (P/E) ratios.

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Growth vs. Value Investing
Growth and value investing are distinct approaches. While growth focuses on future potential, value emphasizes current undervaluation.

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Income Investing
Investing for Dividend Income
Income investors prioritize stocks that pay dividends. Dividend income can provide a steady stream of cash flow.

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Dividend Yield vs. Dividend Growth
Consider both dividend yield (annual dividend per share divided by stock price) and dividend growth history when selecting income stocks.

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Building a Dividend Portfolio
Diversify your income portfolio with dividend-paying stocks across various sectors to manage risk.

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