Value Investing is Not A Strategy
As we established in the beginning, value investing is not a strategy for investors. It is rather a philosophy on which to guide investors. As mentioned by Warren Buffett on the “Superinvestors of Graham-and-Doddsville”, the super investors have different strategies and owned different stocks on their portfolios. Nonetheless, each of them was able to produce great performances in their own way.
So, if value investing itself is not a strategy, what are some of the strategies that great investors used? Now, let us look at three of the common strategies of investing.
Deep Value: Searching For That Cigar Butt
The beginning of value investing starts from Warren Buffett’s mentor, Benjamin Graham. Graham is famous for being a deep value investor. He had a strict approach when it comes to valuing a stock. He is also famous for finding stocks that are trading …Read the full article →