Jul 8, 2020
Low-interest rates and slow economic growth make growth stocks very attractive. Contrary to common thought, value stocks have outperformed growth stocks over long periods of time. Currently growth stocks are priced similiarly to where they were during other over-valued periods, such as the "dot.com" bubble of the late 1990s and the end of the "Nifty Fifty" in the early 1970s. Current valuations are similiar to these previous valuation ranges. Growth stocks should be more highlhy valued during periods of low-interest rates and a slow-growth economy, but prices are reaching growth stock bubble extremes.