“It’s never too late to retire early”

Aug 28 | What you need to know about value investing and how it works

Aug 28 | What you need to know about value investing and how it works

“It’s never too late to retire early”

What you need to know about value investing and how it works

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Value investing is, simply put, buying investments on sale. It is a strategy where investors aim to buy stocks, bonds, and other assets for less than they are worth. Investors who pursue value investing learn to develop the patience to wait until they can be purchased at prices that are lower than its intrinsic value

Many concepts of value investing were formed in the 1920s. Benjamin Graham and David Dodd wrote a book, “Security Analysis.” Both men taught at Columbia Business School. The most successful value investing practitioner, Warren Buffett, was one of Graham’s students at Columbia.

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