In an earlier article Trend investing has been around for long, with many momentum traders advocating it. “Buy the trend, not the dip” has always been the mantra. No matter how good the fundamentals are or how undervalued the company is, trend investors do not believe in buying them unless the trend says so On the other side of the camp, you will have value investors who claim that PE ratio, PB ratio etc are the most important elements in the world besides air, water and fire. Throwing any concept of momentum or trend to the wind, they will only buy a stock if it’s undervalued. Benjamin Graham and Warren Buffett are two very well-known value investors in the world. They are considered the fathers of value-investing. And this got me thinking. Do they also follow value investing strictly and ignore everything about trend when they invest? An article here

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