I have written about value investing previously in this article which focused on value investing in Singapore. In that article, I highlighted several value stocks that can be found in Singapore such as iFast Corporation which has gone on to become a multi-bagger in a short period.

In this article, I like to focus more on US stocks with a key criterion that these value counters have outperformed the general market over the past 3, 5, and 10 years, a huge achievement considering how value stocks have lagged that of their growth counterparts over the past 2 decades. There are still gems to be found if one searches hard enough.

But first, let’s answer the question: Is Value Investing Dead?

Is Value investing dead?

Investing in value stocks has not been an easy route for a value investor as their performance would have lagged the general market and more so to their growth counterparts rather substantially.