NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- As a value investor, there are a plethora of companies that I will probably never own. High-growth companies with high expectations, and cult-like followings are unlikely to ever end up in my portfolio. Unless, of course, they become cheap enough.Typically, when this happens, the growth crowd has already given up and fled the scene. In that regard, there's sometimes a fine line between growth and value. Sometimes the growth players give up, and the value crowd moves in. In a sense, it's a "circle of life" of sorts in the investment world.
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