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People tell you that both go though good times and bad times. The pendulum swings.

But can you truely find numbers to make a good comparison? During the tech rally, growth funds clearly did much better--to the chagrin of the value investors. After the tech melt down, value stocks had their day.

So rather than conclude that one is always better than the other, the savy investor owns some of both, or figures out which will be in style next year.

What is your pick for the next 12 mo? Value or growth?

Its a bit like roulette. Would you like red or black?
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