Valuable Insights: Find cheap stocks
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Buy cheap stocks and sell overvalued
Buy low, sell high. This is a tenet for success in the stock market. Every investor knows this rule.
However, there are always different opinions about almost every share as to whether and at what price it should be bought or sold. How does such a range of opinions come about? There are two main reasons for this:
- One reason is the human psyche. Fear and greed are important drivers of stock market trading, especially for private investors. Therefore, many of them fall into the same traps over and over again. There are entire books on the subject.
- Another reason is the many metrics that can provide insight into whether a stock is rated high or low. Depending on which metrics you choose and which one you pay the most attention to, the verdict on a stock’s price can be “expensive” or “inexpensive.”
The trick is therefore, on the one hand, to switch off emotions and, on the other hand, to separate the misleading from the really decisive key figures – and above all: to evaluate these key figures correctly. This requires expertise and experience. Because the value of a key figure is sometimes only revealed at second glance.
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Identify promising companies in just one minute using the 3G method
Company valuation is a complex field. Even the comparatively simple evaluation of a company based on the four key figures mentioned above takes time. And the more intensively you deal with it, the more likely you are to lose yourself in the details and not see the forest for the trees. That’s why it’s helpful to have a rule of thumb at hand that you can use to quickly estimate whether it’s worth looking into a company at all.
Such a very simple and efficient rule of thumb is the 3G method, loosely based on the basic principle: “Take a quick look, aim and shoot”. You only need one key figure for this […]