Great Cheap Stocks: How to Minimize Risk | Value Investing News

Great Cheap Stocks: How to Minimize Risk

  • The most important measure of risk for a net net investor is the price you are paying for the great cheap stocks in relation to the value you get.
  • Net net investors believe in protecting their capital first and taking calculated risks to produce high returns.
  • Net net investors who fill their portfolio with positive asymmetric risk-reward great cheap stocks will undoubtedly enjoy comparatively higher returns than the general market — at little or no risk!
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