Growth investing is fun, but value investing is where many of the most successful investors made their money.
Focus on value investing in companies that have sound fundamentals. Look for the companies that are worth more than their market value, invest in them and hold the investment for long term.
Benjamin Graham, known as father of Value Investing (and the mentor of Warren Buffett), says over the long-run, performance of both the company and its share price generally matches. So, take advantage of short term fluctuations or bad news, and use that to profit over the long run.
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