What Is Value Investing
Our mind set was simple, if we were going to put your money on a company we wanted to know everything about it. We needed to be able to quantify the true value of a company. Once we knew its value, we could compare it to the share price and be confident that the stock is under or overpriced. The teachings of Benjamin Graham allowed us to do just that.
Value investing in the main is finding good companies at attractive prices. But why would a strong company be available at an attractive price? The most common reason, short term profit disappointment. If you can prove that the respective company is in a healthy position and the short term profit drop is merely a blip , you may find yourself with an opportunity to buy a strong company at an attractive price.
- Value investing requires patience, you need to hold investments long term.
- Value investing needs a thick skin, you will be buying when everyone else is selling.
- Value investing needs an emotionless investor, let the numbers make the decisions for you.
If you are looking for a logical, data driven process of finding the best stocks to buy then Value Investing is the strategy for you.
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