Learn about Value investing which is a style of investing that involves identifying stocks or other assets that are undervalued by the market.
What is Value Investing?
Learn about Value investing which is a style of investing that involves identifying stocks or other assets that are undervalued by the market. The idea behind value investing is to buy low and sell high, by finding assets that are priced lower than their intrinsic value.
Who is Benjamin Graham?
Create a Basic TWS Value Scanner
What is the Intrinsic Value of a Stock?
Explore a stock’s intrinsic value, which is a measure of what a stock is worth, independent of its current market price. It represents the perceived, although subjective, true value of the stock based on an analysis of its financial data, prospects, and other factors that can influence its price.
Circle of Competence
10-K and 10-Q Reporting
Margin of Safety
View this recent IBKR Podcast interview with Guillaume Roux-Chabert from Interactive Brokers Singapore joins with Senior Portfolio Manager – Stefano Grasso, MBA, Enhanced Value Fund. Over 20 years of investing experience, most recently in commodity trading with Eni as head of the Singapore Office (APAC). Prior experience with McKinsey and Company in Milan and London. Disciple of Warren Buffett and passionate about value investing philosophy.