3 Steps to Becoming a Value Investor
Robert R. Johnson
Legendary investors like Warren Buffett and Benjamin Graham have made investing in value stocks famous for their low costs and potential for long-term growth.
A value stock generally refers to holdings in a company that has great earnings relative to the stock price, with an expectation those earnings will grow steadily over time, says Jonathan J. Monjazi, founder of CEO Based Investing, a San Diego-based financial advisory.
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