Value stock fund

Value stock fund

A mutual fund that emphasizes stocks of companies whose growth opportunities are generally regarded as subpar by the market. A value stock company often pays regular dividend income to shareholders and sells at relatively low prices in relation to its earnings or book value.

Value Fund

A mutual fund that invests predominantly or exclusively in stocks that have a great deal of growth potential. These stocks may be undervalued and have an exceptionally low P/E ratio. Likewise, these stocks may pay dividends on a regular basis.
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For example, if you sell a Large Value stock fund at a loss and immediately buy a different Large Value stock fund, the wash sale rule will not apply.
Sumitomo Trust's new funds are a value stock fund, a socially responsible fund and a market-neutral fund and will be set up in the Cayman Islands this spring, according to the report.
So, as of January 1990, plan participants had five investment options (growth stock fund, value stock fund, guaranteed income fund, intermediate bond fund, and company stock fund).
New products introduced over the last week include Vanguard's planned launch of two new international funds and ETFs; an emerging markets value stock fund from T.
They should also take into account growth stock funds and value stock funds and may consider investing in the stock funds of a specific sector or industry.