Tag: value investing

Glenn Surowiec On Harley-Davidson [Pt.1]

Glenn Surowiec On Harley-Davidson [Pt.1]

This is part one of a two-part interview with Glenn Surowiec, founder of GDS Investments and advisory board member of Value Conferences. The interview is part of ValueWalk’s Value Fund Interview Series. Throughout this series, we are publishing weekly interviews value-oriented […]

Value Investing With Dividend-To-Market Ratio

Value Investing With Dividend-To-Market Ratio

Value Investing With Dividend-To-Market Ratio Yiqing Dai University of Adelaide, Students July 12, 2016 Abstract: The book-to-market ratio (BM) is a noisy metric for value investing because book value is a weak indicator of intrinsic value. Using the dividend discount […]

Setting The Record Straight On Value Investing

Setting The Record Straight On Value Investing

Setting The Record Straight On Value Investing by George Athanassakos, The Globe and Mail Value investing is all about stock picking. It is a style of investing that helps one find and buy stocks that trade significantly below intrinsic value. According […]

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Three Stocks Enterprising Investors Should Consider

It’s time to dust off your old copy of The Intelligent Investor and revisit some of Benjamin Graham’s classic stock investing principles. Today we’ll focus on Graham’s famous Enterprising Investor stock screen by highlighting three stocks currently qualifying for the strategy. Graham discusses the […]