New Chroma Investing Feature I promised that I was going to be adding more value investing features to this website. One of them is going to be a weekly list of companies that pass a few of my custom value investing stock screeners. Each week I will highlight a different custom Value Investing screen I […]
What is a Value Investing Screener? Stock Screeners are software that sort through a number of facts about companies using specific criteria. This sifting or “screen” acts as a sieve to filter out undesirable companies. To busy investors a good value investing stock screener is essential Investing software. They help cull the herd and target […]
Everyone should keep some sort of value investing notebook. You don’t need to kill trees and put it in an old fashion three binder like I do, but you do need to keep track of several aspects of your investing endeavor. As individual value investors our time is a precious commodity, we can’t afford to […]
When you are a small time value investor starting out on your investment road, you can’t afford to spend lots of money on expensive tools to help you evaluate companies, but there are some inexpensive or free tools that I will be highlighting in coming weeks. One place to start is finding a good stock […]
One of the most important parts of beginning investing is starting a system to generate investing ideas or leads. If you don’t have a source of new investment leads or can’t afford premium services that funnel them to you, because you are small money investor, you can sit on the side lines waiting until a new investment opportunity drops in your lap. For me, at least, that almost never happens. pens.
But where to look? I like to start in the garbage heap, the detritus of stocks: the 52 week lows. For the non- value investor this idea may seem counter intuitive. Why would look at the losers to find a winner? There are several reasons, actually.
Now this is my kind of deal. Jae Jun over at Old School Value has really pulled all the stops for the new year. He has posted new value screeners that he offers for free. Yeah, that’s right for Free. I have already checked out the free Net Net screener which he calls Ben Graham Screener and sure enough, not only does he turn up some old faithfuls I have found on other screens but some new names as well like Electronic Systems Technology (ELST).
The first hurdle you face as a value investor, is finding the information you need to make profitable investments. How do you find Companies to invest in? Since we are exploring the ins and outs of the VXGN buy from last week we will explore gathering information for a Net Net Stock. There are a […]