growth at a reasonable price (GARP)


An investing strategy that combines growth investing principles and value investing tactics for purchasing stocks. Investors that utilize this strategy will search for companies that consistently return higher earnings than the broader markets, but will avoid stocks that have high valuations. This method of investing was made popular by Peter Lynch's success in stock selecting.
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