Since 2008, US growth stocks (particularly in faster-growing sectors such as technology) have tended to perform better than US value stocks, as the chart below shows.


As the performance gap between growth and value widens, more investors may be wondering when this dynamic between growth and value might change.

However, a different pattern emerges over longer periods of time. As the chart below shows, value outperformed growth for a 10-year that peaked about a year after the market bottom during the financial crisis. Since then, growth investing has had generally better performance.