Josh Brown and Michael Batnick discuss the recent rash of commentary about the “Death of Value Investing,” a discipline that has already died a thousand deaths before and yet is continually resurrected. Michael points out that growth investing is currently on a 30-year win streak versus value investing, while the distance between cheap stocks and expensive stocks has never been more stretched. Josh’s take is that the idea of buying an asset for less than it’s worth is immortal, but the inputs we base these decisions on might need to change. Perhaps it’s not a problem with the concept, but with the measurements.
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