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Posts Tagged intrinsic stock value


Are There Any Cheap Investments Left?

The ever-higher stock market has made lots of folks rich
and is worrying more than just a few. For anyone with money to invest in the
stock market right now, there is a real risk of getting in just as the bottom
falls out! We could be looking at a decade, like the one running up to the
Financial Crisis in which the stock market will be relatively flat. As such,
the task of the investor will be to find cheap investments with the potential
for growth. But, are there any cheap investments left?

Finding Cheap Investments That Are Good Investments

When looking for cheap investments, investors need […]

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Is Microsoft a Buy and Hold Investment?

High tech stocks have been the drivers of the longest bull market in U.S. history. But, how long will the rally last and are any of the tech darlings buy and hold material? From the depths of the U.S. financial crisis and stock market collapse until now, stocks like Apple, Amazon, Microsoft, Alphabet (Google), and Facebook have been big winners. However, no market rally lasts forever. Fears of a permanent trade war with China, a 2020 recession, and FANG investment risks, are causing analysts to downgrade many of these companies. One venerable tech stock […]

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Why Invest in Berkshire Hathaway?

Warren Buffett has become one of the richest men in the world by using intrinsic stock value as a guide to investing for Berkshire Hathaway. But, Berkshire Hathaway is now a huge company with multiple holdings. There is a temptation to say that it has reached a mature state where there is not much more room to grow. Is that true? We don’t think so. So, why invest in Berkshire Hathaway today? The first reason is that the stock is undervalued.

Is Berkshire Hathaway Undervalued?

The Motley Fool says to in their article about three reasons […]

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Low Risk High Return Investments

You invest for two reasons. First of all, you want to put money aside for some future need instead of immediately spending it. Secondly, you want that money to make money over the years. You obviously don’t want to get into dumb investments and lose your invested money or you would have had a better time spending it! And, because there are things you want to do with that money eventually, you would prefer to see a healthy return on that invested capital. Many investors choose to split their investments into those with […]

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How to Spot a Value Trap Investment

Over the years we have often cautioned investors to beware of penny stocks, especially those that have seen better days. While investing in a grand old name in hopes of a recovery it is important to learn how to spot a value trap investment. This issue came up recently when we wondered what was wrong at Kraft Heinz. As bargains become harder to find in an aging bull market there is a temptation to go bottom feeding in search of an investment miracle. Here is some advice about what to watch out for.
 
Kraft Heinz Products
 
Spotting a Value Trap
A couple of […]

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When Are Cheap Investments the Best Investments?

A couple of years ago we wrote to beware of penny stocks. The point being that cheap investments are not necessarily good investments. After all, there is probably a good reason why a stock is selling for a low price. On the other hand, companies that are just starting out and are not being watched by Wall Street analysts may be very promising but no one is watching. The bottom line for stock value (as opposed to price) is intrinsic stock value. When you have unique insights about the stock in question and the big guys are not watching, you […]

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Choosing Deep Value Investments

Many investors are pessimistic about the prospects of their investments in the coming year. In this regard we are looking at the process of choosing deep value investments. We see the pessimism in that stocks are rising on tepid earnings reports as The New York Times reports.
Late last month, chip giant Advanced Micro Devices reported disappointing financial results for the fourth quarter and warned that its first quarter performance would be weaker than expected. The stock surged 20 percent. A couple of days later, General Electric reported one of its skimpiest quarterly profits of the century, badly missing analysts’ forecasts. […]

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Why Does Dividend Growth Investing Work So Well?

Among the more successful approaches to long term investing, dividend stocks provide a steady income stream as well as the ability to reinvest without paying fees. When evaluating dividend stocks to add to their portfolios, wise investors look for a long history of continual dividend payments and a steady stream of dividend increases. When you use this approach as your guide, it is referred to as dividend growth investing. Why does dividend growth investing work so well? Here are some thoughts on the subject.
Why Does Dividend Growth Investing Work So Well?
We have three simple answers to this question. They have […]

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How Much Will Your Investments Be Worth in One, Five, and Ten Years?

Investors are concerned today as the market corrects, the trade war threatens to be long term, the Trump tax cut effects are wearing off, and earnings are taking a hit. But, one needs to put things in perspective when looking at long term investing. When making investment decisions, ask yourself how much will your investments be worth in one, five, and ten years.
Stock Market Investment Perspective
The New York Times has an interesting article in this respect. Despite recent losses, stocks are riding high when you look at the longer term.
Lately, the markets have been rattled about the prospect that a […]

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How Does Algorithmic Trading Affect Your Investments?

The US stock market just experienced one of its more impressive down days ever, with the S&P 500 losing 783 points out of 27,782. This was not the worst percentage drop ever but it vied for the most points of the S&P 500 lost in one day. There are lots of valid concerns about the longevity of the current bull market such as an uncertain trade war, rising interest rates, and tepid earnings. However, much of the blame for the one-day drop in the market is being placed on trading algorithms that control roughly 80% of daily stock trading. That […]

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