As they begin planning their 2014 investment strategies for clients, a group of selected financial advisors polled by CNBC said they are bullish on value stocks versus growth stocks heading into the new year.
The 15 advisors who participated in the poll are part of the CNBC Digital Financial Advisor Council, a 20-member group of financial executives with cumulative assets under management of about $23 billion.
When asked how concerned they are about a bubble in the U.S. stock market in 2014, 44 percent of the advisors said they were "somewhat concerned." Additionally, when questioned if they expected a significant correction for U.S. stocks in the year ahead, 40 percent said yes, believing it would be in the 10 percent range.
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