To be fearful when others are greedy is not the same as being afraid; it means being skeptical and expanding your required margin of safety.
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Benjamin Graham used a parable with an imaginary investor named Mr. Market to illustrate how an intelligent investor should take advantage of market volatility.
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Return on Enterprise Value (ROEV) is a stock value investing strategy. Combining enterprise value and net cash flow into a ratio provides a powerful tool for investment analysis.
Tactical asset allocation is an active strategy that includes continual management of risk through portfolio rebalancing to a flexible asset allocation target based on value.
Instead of looking only at the price of a stock, a value investor looks at the company’s long-term fundamentals and decides whether or not that stock is overvalued or undervalued.