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Value investing is mostly boring.

Value investing consist of doing lots of research, saying no to thousands of investments opportunities, buying only when something meet all the criteria, and then waiting for the market to recognize the value of the undervalued investment you found. Eventually the market always recognizes value but it can take years for that to happen and we […]

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Psychology of Human Nature

It will give you a feel for human nature. They take psychological subjects, and they show them a white square against a black background. And they ask them to estimate how far away the square is. They tell them it is between 1 and 20 feet away. And they ask them to estimate the error […]

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SEARCH STRATEGY by Bruce Greenblatt

Look intelligently for value opportunities. You must have search strategies. Every time you sell stock, someone else is buying that security. Vast majority—95%–is selling because the stock will go down versus buying because the stock is going up. You seek a seller that is motivated by psychological imperatives other than the underlying value. One person […]

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Psychological Factors by Bruce C. Greenwald

Greenwald sees three psychological factors that best explain why certain stocks become undervalued. Psychological Factors by Bruce C. Greenwald  First, as Buffett himself said, value stocks don’t tend to have big payoffs. Their success is incremental; you won’t strike it rich overnight. They are in every sense the opposite of lottery tickets. And people love lottery […]

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Tobias E. Carlisle

“These findings reveal an axiomatic truth about investing: investors aren’t rewarded for picking winners; they’re rewarded for uncovering mispricings – divergences between the price of a security and its intrinsic value. It is mispricings that create market-beating opportunities.” Please follow and like us:0

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Tips From Master Investors

1. “The key to investing is not assessing how much an industry is going to affect society, or how much it will grow, but rather determining the competitive advantage of any given company and, above all, the durability of that advantage.” — Warren Buffett 2. “A business that makes nothing but money is a poor business.” — […]

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