Value Style

Value Style

by Richard C. Wilson & Family Offices Group Association Team

Family Office Definition: Value Style

Value Style definition:  Value style investing is the practice of identifying stocks that are temporarily priced lower than their perceived long-term intrinsic value. Under this philosophy, stocks do not always trade at prices justified by fundamentals and instead may become over- or under-valued based on market reactions to news.

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