The Principles of Value Investing

Value investing is an investing philosophy first developed by Benjamin Graham and David Dodd in the 1930s, which focuses on buying stocks whenever the market undervalues them. This investing method has been adopted by several investors over the past century and most of them have been able to beat the market, which is not somethingContinue reading “The Principles of Value Investing”

Stock market predictions and the stocks Australian retail investors will have in their portfolios at the start of 2021

2020 has arguably been one of the wildest years the stock market has ever seen.  Now, as we start to farewell the year that’s been, investors are starting to plan their portfolios for the year to come. With the newly elected president Joe Biden in the US and the race to find a COVID-19 vaccineContinue reading “Stock market predictions and the stocks Australian retail investors will have in their portfolios at the start of 2021”

Second effective vaccine fuels rally, Tesla joins S&P

Dominating headlines yesterday was the news that Moderna’s Covid-19 vaccine has proven 94.5% effective in a late-stage trial, a week after Pfizer reported similar results in its own trial. More data is expected from the study later this month, and Moderna said that it plans to ask health authorities to clear the vaccine by earlyContinue reading “Second effective vaccine fuels rally, Tesla joins S&P”

“1,000 eyes see more than two:” Meet Popular Investor @Social-Investor

Jürgen Schmitt (@Social-Investor) is a fairly well-known figure in the German financial landscape. He runs JS Media, a leading financial publication in Germany, where he works alongside popular local financial expert Mick Knauff. We asked him a few questions about his trading style and strategy. Tell us about yourself. What do you do for aContinue reading ““1,000 eyes see more than two:” Meet Popular Investor @Social-Investor”

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