The goal of this Value Investing course is to explain what value investing is, what the key concepts are and how value investing can be used to build wealth.
Created by Tradimo.
About this course
Buying stocks for less than they are worth
The goal of this value investing course is to explain what value investing is, what the key concepts are and how value investing can be used to build wealth while minimizing risk. The value investor profits by buying stocks at discounts to intrinsic value.
Value Investing is a strategy that seeks to buy stocks trading at discounts to intrinsic or private market value. The value investor profits by focusing on business fundamentals rather than price speculation.
Value Investing is the purchase of stocks for less than they are worth. A value investor seeks to buy the shares of a publicly traded company when its market price trades at a discount to the company’s true or intrinsic value. The value investor expects that at some point in the future the company’s discounted price will rise and reflect the full value of the company. At that point the investor may sell for a profit.
What this Value Investing Course will help you learn:
What value investing is and how it differs from other investing strategies
What intrinsic value is and how it is determined
Who Benjamin Graham is and the significance of Mr. Market
What anchoring bias is and why value investors may avoid it
What Margin of Safety is and how it reduces investment risk
What net-net stocks are and why they are exceptional low-risk opportunities
Which financial reports you need as a value investor
Risk warning: Trading in financial instruments carries a high level of risk to your capital with the possibility of losing more than your initial investment. Trading in financial instruments may not be suitable for all investors, and is only intended for people over 18. Please ensure that you are fully aware of the risks involved and, if necessary, seek independent financial advice. The educational content on Tradimo is presented for educational purposes only and does not constitute financial advice.