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investing in fast growing companies, value investing takes a different approach. Value
investing is based on a bottom-up analysis of companies to identify undervalued stocks
with lower long term risk profiles.
Value investing generally produces a portfolio of "less popular" stocks that may be currently trading at historically low price levels or receiving lots of bad press. Value investing is not designed for short-term investing (generally less than three years).
There are different variations of value investing. Consider the following approaches:
Value investing requires a disciplined approach to selling. It is important to sell a value stock as it reaches its maximum value or whose perceived "value" is no longer perceived.
Regardless of which variation you choose, it is important to invest in companies whose products are competitive, whose management is skilled and whose overall financial measurements show signs of improvement or no deterioration.
Value based methods are proven long-term investment strategies.
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