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Value Investing




Value investing is buying shares of a business as though you were buying the business itself. Value investors emphasize the intrinsic value of assets and current and future profits, and pay a price equal to or less than that value.


Additional Comments:

Value investors only go to the stock market to buy their shares of the business. Value investors don't look at the market as an indicator of whether to invest. With this definition of value investing as an appetizer, here's a "main course" of value investing principles.

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