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Apr 23, 2019

The 9 biases of value investors

Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky proved that humans are not actually rational creatures. That discovery is famous today by the term “cognitive biases,” which shows that humans are not rational as far as an asset management company and do not make choices with logic to make more money. Instead, systematically they make choices which clearly defy logic. Well, these biases can be there naturally and being influenced by them also is not the worst thing often for the asset management company. Actually, surprisingly these biases have helped make more money for so long. It should also be considered that while we do not always make decisions based on logic and rationality to make more ........

Dec 31, 2018

How you can become a value investor

We all enjoy and take great pride in purchasing valuable items or merchandise during a sale season at a marked-down price, knowing full well that they are temporarily being undervalued. That is, we simply spot an opportunity and strike while the iron is hot, or in the case of value investing, when the price is right. This notion upholds the theory of value investing in the most succinct of ways. As described by notable value investors of our world, Value Investing is a strategy in which stocks of growing businesses are identified and bought when they are being valued below their intrinsic worth by the market, i.e. below their true value. This is a common investment strategy that has led to ........