“In the Short run, the market is voting machine, but in the long run it is a weighing machine.’’
Value investing is an investment tactic where stocks are selected which appear to trade for less than their intrinsic, or book values. Value investors actively seek out the stocks they believe the market has undervalued.Investors who use this strategy think the market overreacts to good and bad news, resulting in stock price movements which do not correspond to a company's long-term fundamentals. This overreaction gives the value investor an opportunity to profit buy stocks at a deflated price.
Undervalued stocks are thought to come about through investor irrationality. Value investors hope to profit from this sort of irrationality by investing in companies which may have any combination or one of the following:
After a review, we as a value investor decided to purchase shares if the comparative value is attractive enough.
Considering all these factors, we have prepared this Neuron where we have picked stocks which are below their Intrinsic Value i.e. undervalued stocks, and ultimately we have followed 3 basic rules of value investing, where we have picked stocks which are below industry average price-to-book value (P/B) ratios, lower than average price-to-earnings (P/E) ratios and higher than average dividend yields.
Data is updated on 7th per month. It gets verified every quarter by independent auditor.
Data presented here is taken from company's inception
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