How to Find Undervalued Stocks: Investing the Benjamin Graham Way
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Permit me to tell you a few important facts that should drive your investing strategy …
Fact: #1 Modern technology allows the market to know more about stocks than ever before.
Fact #2: With so much information available, investors can trade stocks faster and more often than ever before.
Fact #3: All of the above means old-fashioned value investing is more relevant than ever before.
It’s true: The faster information moves via ever more ubiquitous media, the more the market learns about the tiniest changes at companies – and the faster it buys and sells stocks in the name of instant gratification.
That means more overlooked opportunities and a growing number of undervalued stocks available for the conservative, steady investor to snap up and hold for long-term gain. It’s an exciting time to be a value investor.
If you’re the kind of investor who has the patience and discipline to stay with a stock for the truly substantial long-term gains … if you’re not a get-rich-quick, instant gratification type of person … then value investing is perfect for you. And we have a FREE Special Report, How to Find Undervalued Stocks: Investing the Benjamin Graham Way, to help you get started.
Learning how to find undervalued stocks from the best
You may have read other guides to value investing. But you probably have never read one by the chief value investing analyst at our premium stock advisory newsletter, Benjamin Graham Value Investing. He’s one of the highly-skilled “descendants” of the father of value investing, Benjamin Graham.
You see, a fellow named J. Royden Ward arrived at Babson College more than 50 years ago, eager to learn about value investing from Benjamin Graham’s student, good friend and collaborator, Dr. Wilson Payne. Dr. Payne was Dean of Students and also head of the Finance and Investments Department, and he took young Roy under his wing.
For 55 years, Roy built his own fortune by leveraging what he learned about value investing from Dr. Payne – methods that allowed him to ride out even the worst down markets profitably. He taught these methods to his grateful readers in every issue of the Benjamin Graham Value Investor newsletter, earnings them a return of more than 1,000% in 14 years! Before retiring earlier this year, Roy also taught everything he knew to another Ben Graham disciple, Azmath Rahiman – new chief analyst of the Benjamin Graham Value Investor.
And now Roy and Azmath are sharing their secrets with you in this FREE Special Report, How to Find Undervalued Stocks. Download it now!
As you can see, you’ll learn far more about value investing from Roy and Azmath than you would from most other investing gurus. This Special Report is written to help you …
- Discover the secrets of value investing from a master
- Learn how to identify profitable value stocks
- Profit well beyond anything you imagined when you began investing in stocks
- Avoid the most common mistakes that many investors make when seeking value stocks
- Stabilize your portfolio even in times of turbulent markets
- Enjoy ever-growing wealth – and complete confidence in a comfortable retirement
And of course, the best thing about this Special Report is that … it’s completely FREE!
How to Find Undervalued Stocks
As you may know, the basic tenet of value investing is to buy stocks that are worth substantially more than their current stock prices. It sounds simple enough – but if it were as easy as it sounds, everyone would be Warren Buffett.
Here’s the big picture: Any time a company has some bad news, even something as insignificant as a CEO making a misstatement in a television interview, Wall Street overreacts. Those instant gratification types dump their shares, and the stock price dives far below the value as determined by the company’s long-term fundamentals.
And as I mentioned above, these kinds of events happen exponentially more often than they did in “value investing godfather” Benjamin Graham’s day, thanks to our technological advances! That’s what makes it so exciting to be a value investor right now.
As you’ll learn when you read How to Find Undervalued Stocks, Roy has a computerized stock-picking model he developed and passed along to his successor, Azmath Rahiman. It’s based on formulas created by value-investing legend and Warren Buffett mentor Benjamin Graham. Those formulas help not only find value, but also identify when a stock has reached its full value – an alert that it’s time to sell.
While you won’t get Roy’s computer program, you will learn Roy’s six criteria for finding undervalued stocks in this Special Report:
- Price/cash flow
- Price/book value
- PEG ratio
Naturally, each of these criteria is explained in depth in this free Special Report. What’s more, you’ll also learn the additional steps Roy and Azmath take in confirming their identification of each potential value stock, all of which are again explained in depth, and in clear, jargon-free language. We’ll tell you how to:
- Calculate the maximum buy and minimum sell prices.
- Calculate the stock’s NCAV.
- Look for steady growth.
- See what the top research services are recommending.
Roy also explains in detail the subsets of Graham’s own value investing methods: Quality, Value, Growth and Technical. Finally, he delivers some of his non-quantifiable criteria for picking value stocks, such as dividend consistency and the vigor of the industry a company engages in.
Oh, and while Graham wasn’t known for buying bonds, Roy also takes the time to explain how to apply value investing principles to them, too. In other words, this FREE Special Report is worth a great deal to any trader interested in value investing – far more than the $0 it will cost you!
Why you should trust How to Find Undervalued Stocks
As a prudent, careful investor, I’m sure you’re wondering why you should take advice from Cabot Wealth Network instead of some other advisory service. Let me just say that Cabot is unlike any other investing advisor you’ve ever used. We’re not just advisors, we’re personal contacts for our subscribers’ guidance and support, which means our hard-won reputation is expressed in the expertise we’re sharing in this guide. Even though you’re not a subscriber right now, we value your opinion.
At Cabot, we’re a family of both advisors and investors – many of whom are themselves second generation subscribers. In fact, we’re an actual family here: as Cabot’s president and chief investment strategist, I, Timothy Lutts, am the son of our company’s founder, Carlton Lutts, and my daughter, Chloe Lutts Jensen, is chief analyst of our Cabot Dividend Investor advisory.
What’s more, Cabot is not an anonymous group of elite experts issuing stock picks from a shiny skyscraper in Manhattan – we’re personally responsive to our paid subscribers, firmly grounded in the New England work ethic, and work every day right where my father started the business nearly half a century ago.
In short, there are no get-rich-quick folks here at Cabot: You can trust the information and guidance in this Special Report because we stake our reputations on it!
So I hope you’ll download How to Find Undervalued Stocks: Investing the Benjamin Graham Way right now. Reading it will only take about 26 minutes of your time – though you’ll no doubt refer back to it more than once as your profits begin to pile up and your confidence grows – and it could change your investing style forever.
And at a cost of $0, you certainly have nothing to lose, and everything to gain. Download it now!
Yours for a solid and steady wealth-building,
President and Chief Investing Strategist, Cabot Wealth Network
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PPS: Here’s a tip from the free Special Report to get you started: Roy considers a stock to be undervalued if the PEG ratio is less than 1.00. But he also believes this ratio is best used when evaluating growth companies, such as biotechs or social media stocks.