5 Solid European Value Stocks Investing Heavily for Future Growth

As capital expenditures rise in Western Europe, opportunities could crop up for investors keen to diversify. According to a recent report by rating agency Standard & Poor's, companies in Western Europe are set to ramp up their capex after a "lost decade" for investment.

With the bull market still having 10 years to run (at least that's the opinion of a strategist speaking to The Street's Trading Strategies roundtable), finding underpriced companies that invest in growth could be a good way to try to beat ever-rising indexes. As always, deep research into these companies is needed to make sure value plays don't turn over time into value traps....746 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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