Value Investing in a Everyone Wants to Make Money World

Everyone wants to make money. Some would like it handed to them. Who wants to make – to add – value? Wait! Value? What’s that? Valued by whom? Demanded by who? Valued because . . . ? One current buzzphrase, that hovers around the idea of value, is “solution”. Something that fixes something or solves […]

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Emotional Versus Rational Investing – Part Two

As I previously described I have sometimes bought or sold shares of stock in a company based upon little more than a poorly researched belief accompanied by a heightened state of excitement or anxiety. YOU know the scenario, the mentality: “I better sell (this stock) now!” “I better buy shares now!” Why? Because “I believe […]

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Emotional Versus Rational Investing

Investment decisions should be well researched. Stock trades should follow careful analysis and trades should be executed with a cool hand and cool head. Does that describe your investing style? Does it describe mine? No, probably not for many readers and, unfortunately, not always for me. So, what to do? How can we all be […]

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