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Marrying value and growth investing

How do anyone marry these 2 contradicting techniques during investment? Personally, I think there’s a way. Growth depends on high PE while value depends on low PE. How about buying stocks with historical high PE with 20-30% lower PE? Will this bring value?

Calculate the past 5-10 yr PE average. Multiply it with 0.7 or 0.8 to get the minimum price to enter. Make sure ROE and ROA is at 12-15% minimum (warren buffet standard).

Once reach, this will be in my alert list. Then I will use technical indicators to do my entry.

To make it even better, make sure the EPS with CFO is trending upwards. Why? Once earnings (E) grow, it indicates the PE will get lower; (hypothesis) and value investor have to fork out even more cash to push the price up.

In conclusion, this tactic is not exactly growth or value. But to find growth company priced at great value for entry. The disadvantage is you have to wait for recession to find such companies.

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