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Benjamin Graham was the father of value investing, and these were his seven primary criteria for selecting winning value stocks.
The Big Idea
Any time you have a fragmented market where there are a lot of buyers and sellers that have a hard time getting together there is an opportunity for a software-enabled marketplace to grease the wheels of commerce.
We’ve seen this concept work emerging...
The Big Idea
Fiber optic components are one of the building blocks of high-speed data and communications networks. This market gets a lot of press coverage and investors are generally well aware of fiber optic component suppliers for the telecom and datacom markets.
A lesser but...
To Answer the Question, "What is Growth Investing," Let's Look at the Most Desirable Characteristics of Growth Stocks
When someone is asking, "what is growth investing," they usually want to know what kinds of stocks are considered growth stocks. However, growth stocks are ever-changing, if...
Investing in Undervalued Stocks is the Process of Buying Stocks Lower Than They Should be and Riding Them Up to Profits
Warren Buffett once said, “I make no attempt to forecast the market—my efforts are devoted to finding undervalued securities.” As the pre-eminent investor our...