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• Value stocks are typ­i­cally be­lieved to

be un­der­val­ued by the stock mar­ket. • Good can­di­dates are of­ten firmly es­tab­lished com­pa­nies with solid earn­ings whose po­ten­tial has not yet been recog­nised. • A value stock in­vestor strives to buy shares of th­ese com­pa­nies at bar­gain prices with the ex­pec­ta­tion that the broader mar­ket will even­tu­ally re­alise the com­pa­nies are good in­vest­ments, po­ten­tially caus­ing the share prices to rise. • Value stocks may or may not be good

sources of div­i­dends.

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