Greetings rookie value investors! This page is designed to be a one-stop-shop for those who desire to learn the basic fundamentals of value investing. You can start here with knowing absolutely nothing about the stock market or value investing, and finish fully equipped with the knowledge of the most successful value investors to ever live.
The Value 101 content is broken down into two categories: “Value Investing Principles” and “How To”.
Value Investing Principles
Before an investor begins their journey, they must learn the essentials of value investing. In these articles we will define what value investing actually is, debunk the myths surrounding the concept, and learn by example from Superinvestors.
- What is Value Investing?
- What’s Better: Value Investing Or Growth Investing?
- Meet Benjamin Graham’s Mr. Market
- What Is Margin Of Safety?
- How Warren Buffett Thinks About Risk
- The Biggest Threat To Your Portfolio
- The Time Value of Money
- The 10 Most Important Financial Terms Every Investor Should Know
- Benjamin Graham’s 4 Guiding Business Principles
- Charlie Munger’s Value Investing Principles Checklist
- The Index Fund Vs. Active Fund Debate
- 5 Reasons Why Value Investing is Safer than Investing in Index Funds
Now that you understand the principles of value investing, you can begin your journey into the stock market. These articles will guide you through the entire process, from opening a brokerage account, to calculating the intrinsic value of a company.
- What’s a Stock & What’s a Bond?
- What’s An Index Fund & What’s An ETF?
- How To Invest In An Index Fund Or ETF
- How to Start Value Investing (Part 1)
- How to Start Value Investing (Part 2)
- Intrinsic Value (Part 1)
- Intrinsic Value (Part 2)
- Intrinsic Value (Part 3)
- How To Determine A Discount Rate
- How To Invest Like Warren Buffett