Catalysts For Value Investing In Today’s Markets
Rising interest rates, inflation, and a prolonged recovery should propel value stocks, says Harris Associates’ David Herro.
As the debate over growth versus value in equities continues, David Herro, Chief Investment Officer – International Equities at Harris Associates, shares his views on economic and market factors that should be favorable for value-oriented investors as the world continues to reopen.
- Rising interest rates benefit some financials, especially in Europe
- Prolonged global recovery should lead to sustainable economic growth
- Valuation differentials between growth and value stocks should close with inflation and higher interest rates
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Investing in value stocks presents the risk that value stocks may fall out of favor with investors and underperform growth stocks during given periods.