A NEGLECTED METHOD
DEEP VALUE INVESTING has been around for a considerable amount of time, its investment results have been astonishing and still the majority of equity investors ignore its principles and follow a whole host of other approaches.
Deep value investing, at its simplest, is where assets are purchased at a deep discount to their real worth. This can require a good deal of patience. It takes time to find the right company, and it takes time for the company to come good.
So deep value investing is not conducive to buying no matter the investing climate. Nor is it about being a ‘busy’ investor. There is a whole advisory industry bound up with the stock market – firms and individuals whose main ...