Value investing is not new and originates back to 1928. Perhaps the most famous proponent is Warren Buffett, who used value investing principles to become one of the world’s most successful investors.
The key principle of value investing is to purchase investments at prices that are lower than their value. So we must distinguish between value and price. Price is what we pay and value is what we get. But while the price is freely available, value is not and must be estimated. Valuing companies is StocksInValue’s core competency.
When the value investing concept is applied in a careful and considered fashion, it can be the most profitable way to invest for the long term. StocksInValue calculates the real value of stocks, so you too can easily follow the value investing approach.
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