Sunday, January 2, 2011


GARP, sometimes GAARP, refers to "Growth At a Reasonable Price", which is an investment strategy which seeks to combine elements of growth investing and value investing. Essentially the growth part comes first, so a fund manager may filter out companies based on their growth prospects, then they may investigate these companies in greater detail, considering valuations versus growth prospects, and selecting the stocks with the best combination of growth prospects and attractive market valuations.

Synonyms: GAARP, Growth at a reasonable price
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