- Low-cost value stocks have long been left in the dust by more expensive growth stocks. But Bank of America’s Jill Carey Hall says that’s about to change.
- She says there are two reasons: First, when returns for value stocks get this bad, they soon rebound. Second, the economy is in a “recovery” phase that also helps value beat growth.
- Hall names a slew of “buy”-rated small-cap stocks that are very strong in terms of value metrics. Those could be especially well-positioned to capitalize on the shift she’s predicting.
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