There are as many stock investing strategies as investors in the world. Some of them might make you make money consistently, while many more will make you lose it. But what I’ve learned with the passing years is that I can learn something new from any of them.
Value Investing is one of the most followed ones. Warren Buffet, Charlie Munger, Monish Pabrai, Seth Klarman, Peter Lynch, and many more investors and authors are famous in this discipline. But any of them employs a slightly different approach or emphasizes a different specific concept.
In my case, after investing in financial markets for more than twenty years, what I’ve found attractive of this strategy are four of its characteristics:
- It works (at least for me, although it took me a little bit to get it)
- It is related to everyday business (no obscure, non-understandable reasonings)
- It is semi-passive (in line with my financial freedom requirement)
- It is scalable and compoundable (same effort to manage $50k than $50M)
In this course, I outline my philosophy in this area, dissecting the basics and enumerating the different factors to take into account.
This is an introductory course, so I won’t go to the details of each of them. I am already working in a complete course where I will develop each of its concepts.
Who this course is for:
- Anyone seeking to success in the Stock Market