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Value fund

A value fund is a mutual fund that buys stocks of undervalued companies in hopes they will soon recover.

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Methods of valuing stocks vary widely, but value investors prefer to buy companies whose stock sells for close to book value or liquidation value. A low price earnings ratio is usually favored.

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