Growth vs Value investing – what’s the difference?

Source: Hargreaves Lansdown Date: 5th February 2021 The legendary investor Warren Buffett was once asked what he would do if he were a young man starting his career again. Buffett said he’d repeat exactly what he did when he started out - read the financial reports of every company on the stock market and choose those that seemed most promising. His interviewer protested that there were over 27,000 companies listed in just the USA. Buffett said he’d “start with the ‘A’s”. If we had all the time in the world, we’d follow Warren’s advice and sit down to think carefully about each potential investment opportunity on offer. Fortunately, most of us have other claims on our time like jobs, friends and family. View full article on Hargreaves Lansdown

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