Two Natural Advantages of Value Investing

Investor’s Corner with Jack Brown

I recognize the many of my entries are a tad booksy. This one is perhaps even more so, but is relevant for natural born bargain hunters. Further, a bit of history and common sense may even sway some growth investors to reconsider their wild ways.

Essentially things too cheap tend to become less so over time. The main drawback is timing. How long will this take? Regardless, when we examine earnings from the dual perspective of a comany and an investor, buying stock on the cheap offers tangible performance advantages - even if valuations stay low. Click here to see the full report.

Jack Brown, CFA
jbrown@laureola.net
239-514-7642

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