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Archive for the ‘Value Investing’ Category


How Do I Buy Cheap Stocks?

The old adage for successful stock investing is to buy low and sell high. But, how do you buy cheap stocks? Where do you find them and how do you pick the most profitable ones? A couple of weeks ago we asked the question, what is value investing? Value investing should always be on your mind when searching for cheap stocks.
A simple approach to value investing is to use a stock screening tool like the one in Google Finance to find stocks with low price to earnings ratios (P/E ratio) or price to book ratios and high dividends.
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Do Value Stocks Outperform?

Value stocks are not just big companies are not necessarily companies with a strong recent track record. Rather value stocks are priced by the market below what their forward looking earnings should dictate. Value stocks are not always immediate winners. But do value stocks outperform over the long run? After all long term growth and dividends are typically why investors look to value stocks. Forbes published an interesting article about value stocks.
Value is not, never was and can never be just about low ratios. Anybody who sorts on the basis of P/E, Price/Sales, Price/Cash Flow etc. and simply buys stocks […]

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What Is Value Investing?

Investment gurus often talk about value investing. What is value investing and is it a profitable approach to building your retirement nest egg or simply getting rich? Here is what Investopedia says about value investing.
[Value investing is t]he strategy of selecting stocks that trade for less than their intrinsic values. Value investors actively seek stocks of companies that they believe the market has undervalued. They believe the market overreacts to good and bad news, resulting in stock price movements that do not correspond with the company’s long-term fundamentals. The result is an opportunity for value investors to profit by buying […]

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Another Dot Com Bust?

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The S&P 500 is trading up, near a 52 week high. This would make investors happy if it were not for the narrowness of the rally. Market Watch remarks on the similarity […]

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Beware of Penny Stocks

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Several years ago we wrote about how to invest in penny stocks. The common rationale for investing in penny stocks is that they are cheap. It is the mistaken belief of naive […]

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Are Mutual Funds Safe Long Term Investments

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Investors who are thinking of retirement will commonly want safe long term investments. Likewise investors who lost a sizable portion of their portfolio in the 2008 market crash will prefer safety to […]

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Stocks to Watch

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Anyone who paid attention to suggestions that EMC was ripe for a takeover, invested when it was $22 a share and sold today (October 12, 2015) at $28 a share. CNN Money […]

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Fundamental Stock Analysis

Successful investors use fundamental stock analysis in order to determine the intrinsic value of a stock. What is intrinsic value? The dictionary definition of intrinsic stock value is its fundamental value. It is obtained by adding up predicted future income of a stock and subtracting current price. It can also be seen as actual value […]

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Best Investment Newsletters

Many successful investors subscribe to investment newsletters. What can an investor learn from a good newsletter? And, what are the best investment newsletters? MarketWatch offers advice on this subject with their article, 10 Investment Newsletters to read besides Buffett’s. How far back does that tradition extend? In the U.S., it dates at least to the […]

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Investing in Value Stocks

A good way to make a profit in the stock market is by investing in value stocks. Value stocks are actually undervalued stocks such as in today’s energy sector. Investopedia defines a value stock. A stock that tends to trade at a lower price relative to it’s fundamentals (i.e. dividends, earnings, sales, etc.) and thus […]

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