Focus on the business narrative, not the stock price. Over time, stock prices converge to each business’ intrinsic value.
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We tend to extrapolate what we see in the present, which is why investment and economic projections are usually way off the mark.
Investing well in a time of turbulence requires more than talent. Here’s what you can do to improve your chances.
Starting your children off investing at an early age gives them more time to compound their wealth.
Be wary of investing by so-called calendar effects. It is far better to find good stocks to hold for the long term.
The best lessons are learnt over years and decades, and not from the past 12 months.
As we head into the New Year, here are five steps you can take to better position your portfolio for success.
We’re entering payback time for those years of easy money, which could spell recession. This may be a good opportunity to reset our investments.
As the curtains come down for 2022, there are six key numbers that come to mind.
VICOM’s business stands to benefit from a greater population of ageing vehicles, higher inspection fees and the emergence of private-hire cars and PMDs.
Why people who fear investing in the stock market today may be missing the big picture.
Working out the intrinsic value of a stock will enable you to invest with confidence.
Free cash flow per share and the price-to-FCF ratio provide a framework to decipherwhat’s happening in our stock portfolio.
REITs’ ability to grow – organically or by acquisitions – and hedge their liabilities is key to their resilience.
A know-nothing investor can outperform most professionals if he or she avoids some common investing mistakes.
There are a great many beliefs formed during times of stress. Some of them are wrong and potentially, dangerous.
The fintech company has grown by leaps and bounds since its IPO back in late 2014.
Amidst market volatility, investment ‘guardrails’ can help us stay sane when others are panicking.
The likelihood of successfully investing in equities is high – but only if you invest long enough.
Selling out of stocks in a recession may prove to be a costly mistake.