Lesson on value investing
Submitted by Dividend Growth... on Fri, 2017-02-10 09:51
The most important question that investors ask themselves is how much money do they need to retire. There are several things to consider, in order to answer this question. I will share those questions, and also share a rule of thumb that I have found helpful in my personal retirement planning.
Submitted by Ken Faulkenberry on Thu, 2016-12-29 11:05
Geometric or Arithmetic Average for Investing? (It Does Matter!) Are you making crucial investment decisions based on incorrect calculations?
Submitted by George on Wed, 2016-08-17 12:32
Learn how to backtest stock fundamentals using Portfolio123 in this tutorial. Back test which fundamentals actually provide valuable information.
Submitted by Dividend Growth... on Fri, 2016-08-12 14:08
It is important to understand the simple math behind early retirement. Your savings rate, and asset returns will determine how long it takes for you to retire. Minimizing taxes and investment costs results in more money compounding for you.
Submitted by Ken Faulkenberry on Thu, 2016-08-11 10:09
Asset Allocation is where investors make their biggest investing mistakes. Portfolio volatility is lowered by combining low or negatively correlated assets.
Submitted by Dividend Growth... on Wed, 2016-08-10 10:30
A common question I receive deals with the amount of money needed for retirement.
This amount varies depending to personal situations.
Submitted by Dividend Growth... on Mon, 2016-08-08 09:16
The most common question or variation of a question I get concerns the amount of time to monitor my portfolio. This includes monitoring existing positions, and researching companies to invest in. As some readers found out at my post on 2015 goals, I strive to optimize my life as much as possible. I believe that synergies are possible between activities I do.
Submitted by Ken Faulkenberry on Thu, 2016-07-14 11:00
What Does Market Capitalization Mean? How Do You Calculate the Formula? Why Should You Care?
Submitted by ModernGraham on Fri, 2016-07-08 12:27
Reading is very important for value investors. In fact, it is one of the 7 Key Tips to Value Investing. A great way to continually hone your investing strategies and pursue the greatest level of investing success is through frequently reading new literature. To that end, here's a list of 5 new books for value investors to consider adding to their reading list.
Submitted by Ken Faulkenberry on Thu, 2016-06-30 09:29
Interest compounding is a powerful financial concept, but dividend growth compounding multiplies the benefits of exponential growth.
Submitted by Ken Faulkenberry on Wed, 2016-06-22 09:02
There is nothing more important than Intrinsic Value and Margin of Safety in Investing! The purpose of estimating intrinsic value is to take advantage of mis-priced assets. The variables of this calculation determine your margin of safety.
Submitted by George on Thu, 2016-04-28 14:14
Meb Faber Shareholder Yield equals Dividend yield + Buyback yield + Net debt repaid yield. Check out the backtest of this fundamental.
Submitted by Ken Faulkenberry on Thu, 2016-04-28 10:14
Value investing involves searching for investments where the perceived risk is greater than the real or actual risk. The most favorable investing environment is high perceived risk and low real risk. The least favorable investing environment is low perceived risk and high real risk.
Submitted by George on Tue, 2016-04-19 12:35
This is a revised version of the backtest on the free cash flow to enterprise value ratio backtest posted a few weeks ago. The free cash flow to enterprise value ratio is a rather sophisticated valuation ratio that should be a part of every value investors toolkit.
Submitted by ttonca on Mon, 2016-04-18 15:06
Curious about bank valuation? Here is a short primer and case study.