By Nick Olivari NEW YORK, Nov 27 (Reuters) - Sentiment is swinging back to growth stocks, shares of companies that show consistent or accelerating earnings, after they became a dirty word with investors who lost trillions of dollars in the bear market. After market indexes peaked in March 2000, investors abandoned growth stocks in droves and favored value stocks, which are inexpensive relative to their earnings potential. "The shift from growth to value was the sharpest and biggest in ...
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