Value vs growth: FundCalibre's six funds to watch

Juliet Schooling Latter's fund picks

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Value vs growth: FundCalibre's six funds to watch

After almost a decade of rock-bottom interest rates and fragile economic prospects, investors have been prepared to pay up for any growth they can find. But are value stocks finally going to make a comeback in 2017?

As ISA season begins in earnest, Juliet Schooling Latter, research director of FundCalibre, looks at three of her favourite value and growth funds. Growth picks Schooling Latter said: "Quality growth funds have been very popular with investors for some years now, particularly as growth of any kind and income at a decent level has been increasingly hard to find.  FundCalibre's six funds to watch in 2017 "With a good manager behind them, growth funds should continue to do well, no matter what the economic climate, and we think they make good core holdings in a portfolio." Bailli...

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