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An investing strategy that's withstood the worst stock market crashes since the 1920s is on the verge of a comeback — here’s how you can profit from it

Business Insider Saturday, 10 November 2018
An investing strategy that's withstood the worst stock market crashes since the 1920s is on the verge of a comeback — here’s how you can profit from it· Growth stocks, especially in the tech sector, have dominated this bull market's gains, leaving value investors wondering when their own resurgence is coming. 
· According to strategists at Societe Generale, the conditions are now ripe for value investing to make a comeback. 
· They provided recommendations on what...
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