Is value investing dead? A year ago many might have thought so, but times have changed, and value is coming back!Read More
Value investors like to focus on companies with low P/E ratios. Here's why I think that relying on P/E ratios alone is not a good idea.
Learn all about the 12 valuation ratios that allow investors to quickly estimate a business’s value relative to its earnings.
Struggling to determine the discount rate? In this article, you will learn more about the discount rate along with WACC (Weighted Average Cost of Capital) and Opportunity Cost.
What is margin of safety? The concept of "margin of safety" - which originates from Ben Graham's earliest teachings - is a core tenet of value investing. But what is "margin of safety"?
Welcome to our Value Investing 101 series. In Part 1 this week, I'll explain what the "intrinsic value" of a stock is. Intrinsic value is an all-important concept
What is value investing? It's a simple question and it has a very simple answer. But before I get to what value investing is, let me first clear up some confusion and explain what value investing isn't.
Accurate horizontal and vertical analyses of income statements are crucial to judging a company's stock price. Here's how to do it.