Definitions for "Value Style"
An investment strategy that builds portfolios of securities that are believed to be undervalued in the market and that trade for less than their intrinsic worth.
An investment style that seeks to identify securities with below average price-to-earnings, price-to-book and price-to-cash flow relative to their peers that have attractive prospects for improved price performance. As a result, the stocks trade at prices below what value investors stocks are actually worth.
An investment style employed by investment managers who invest in companies that appear to be undervalued relative to the market. Generally, these companies have lower price to earnings and price to book ratios and higher dividend yields.