There's a article
on the Wall Street Journal's free site that is talking about how mutual fund managers are moving into growth stock investing and moving away from value. The subtitle of the article says "Finding Bargains,..." In my mind, finding a bargain is the same thing as finding value, which is the same as "value investing." Maybe I'm being nitpicky here. Anyway, it's a good article so check it out.
I think it is important to have an asset allocation that is comfortable to you. Once you have the asset allocation in place, stick with it. Don't worry about growth or value. Simply stick with your chosen allocation and don't worry about all the fluff.
Tags: Investing, Growth Investing, Value Investing