Putting the wind at your back
What is Value Investing?
Value Investing can be referred to as an investment strategy in which stocks are selected which trade for less when compared to their intrinsic values. As a value investor, you are giving the opportunity of investing on your own. This makes it possible for you to seek stocks that are undervalued in the market actively.
Investors that take advantage of these investing strategies are of the opinion that good news and bad news are exaggerated in the market. This results in the movement of stock prices which do not tally with the long-term objective of a company. At the end of the day, they are given the opportunity to make a profit once prices are deflated.
Benefits of Value Investing
Some of the benefits of value investing include:
Unlike other stock market investments, value investment is investing made easy. It is exclusive to everyone, and not only the rich. Notwithstanding your financial status, income, or educational background, you can turn out to be a successful value investor, provided you follow the right investing strategies. Value investing is completely accessible to everyone willing to work hard and able to dedicate the appropriate level of patience and amount of time.
Value investing remains the perfect approach you can take advantage of the compounding power. By reinvesting the returns and dividends previously earned from your value stocks, all your profits will continue to grow at an exponential rate as time goes by. After investing on your own, your earnings will continue to generate more earnings, without having to do any extra work. By following the right investing strategies, even the least amounts will greatly increase provided it is given sufficient time.
Value investing offers one of the best ways to making profits in the stock market. The investing strategies are all about being on the lookout for short-term market fluctuations so as to benefit from long-term returns. You trade for less than the intrinsic value, and you earn high returns over time.
Finally, there are less risk and volatility involved in value investing when compared to other short-term investment strategies. You buy your stocks today and sell tomorrow. The chances of getting caught in the daily turmoil of market price fluctuations are very minimal. This indeed makes value investing a form of investing made easy.
The stock market has proven time and time again to be a wonderful way to build wealth and prosperity over time. The BIG question is, what have you done to reach your investment goals? Here at Investment Sky we take a multiple step approach. First we find the sectors in the market that are outperforming. Second we find the indexes that are pushing the sectors to outperform. Third we apply fundamental analysis to find the strongest companies inside the outperforming sectors/indexes. Finally we apply a combination of proprietary technical analysis indicators to tell us when to buy the stock. We call this approach “Putting the Wind at Your Back”.
Serious investors are currently making money in the stock market everyday. The stock market has proven time and time again to be a wonderful way to build wealth and prosperity over time for your family. The BIG question is, what have you done to build the investing strategies that reach your investment goals?
At Investment Sky we take a multiple step approach. First we find the sectors in the market that are outperforming. Second we find the indexes that are pushing the sectors to outperform. Third we apply fundamental analysis to find the strongest companies inside the outperforming sectors/indexes. Finally we apply a combination of proprietary technical analysis indicators to tell us when to buy the stock. We call this “Putting the Wind at Your Back”.
If you had invested in Nike from 1996 - 2015 in the month of September and sold at the end of the month you would have made 7% on your money 80% of the time. If you had invested in Nike in the month of September and sold at the end of the month from 2013 – 2015 you would have made 12.2% on your money 100% of the time. Lets say that you invested your hard earned money in Nike in the month of August over the same time periods and once again sold at the end of the month. From 1996 – 2015 an investment in Nike stock would have lost you -2.6% of your money 45% of the time and from 2013 - 2015 you would have lost -0.2% of your money 67% of the time. That is a 9.6% swing just because you bought in August and not September.
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