GARP, or Growth at a Reasonable Price is an investment strategy that combines elements of both growth investing and value investing. GARP investors seek companies with solid growth potential and consider their valuation relative to their earnings and other financial metrics. The goal is to identify stocks with potential for future growth while trading at reasonable or undervalued prices. GARP investors typically analyze a company's earnings growth, financial stability, industry position, and valuation ratios to identify investment opportunities that offer a balance between growth and value. This approach seeks to find stocks with the potential for long-term appreciation while considering their inherent risks and valuation.

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