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FactSet: Obvious GARP Play With A Superb Business Model

There are at least two types of value stocks: (1) stocks whose probable growth makes them intelligent investments and (2) stocks which, even under conditions of stagnation, sell at valuations enabling the investor to earn a strong return. In the former type, which is typically called GARP or "growth at reasonable prices," the company just keeps on giving year after year. In the latter ...

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