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What are the fdiference between growth, value and income investing?

I'm earning way more than my expenses and I thought of investing my money but the problem is that I don't know how to go about my investments. Should I invest in growth stocks? Value stocks? Or income stocks? I want to know what they are and how they're different so I can choose the right investment for me.

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    Growth investing is about picking companies with strong earnings growth prospects which are generally new companies. Value investing is about picking companies that are trading significantly below what’s normally regarded as “fair value”This is also like growth investing where it's all about capital gains. Income investors is about picking companies that are generating stable earnings, pay a good amount of their earnings as dividends to their shareholders, and have strong underlying assets or businesses.

    2020.03.24 15:44

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