Often investment styles are defined as being either in a growth or value camp. And often growth and value are portrayed as somehow being opposing forces in the investment world. But investment approaches based on both growth and value have plenty to offer, and most investors tend to blend the two. Famed American fund manager John Neff, who many characterise as a contrarian value investor, is someone who, for me, sits firmly in the divide between the two styles.
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