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Have you seen our final video tutorial on screening for undervalued stocks. In this video tutorial, we’re going to be combining our lessons from the three previous vlogs (in which we screened stocks using the balance sheet, income statement, and cash flow) and build a target screen of around 20-30 companies. http://hubs.ly/H08mzM60

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Over the fall of 1975, Carl Icahn and his right-hand man, Alfred Kingsley, hashed out a new investment strategy in the cramped offices of Icahn & Company. Located at 25 Broadway, a few steps away from the future site of the Charging Bull, the iconic 7,000-pound bronze sculpture erected by Arturo Di Modica following the 1987 stock market crash, Icahn & Company was then a small, but successful, discount option brokerage with a specialty in arbitrage. http://hubs.ly/H08mzL10 #valueinvesting

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If you read a little further down you’ll see:

“Nonetheless, the maturity of the current economic cycle suggests value returns will remain subdued in the near term.” http://hubs.ly/H08g96_0 by @acquirersx #valueinvesting

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The bottom-line is, value investing is expected to pick up and won’t remain continuously down. Successful stock trading is an art that takes time to master, but the process can be made easier with the right trading software. http://hubs.ly/H08hZkP0
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Warren Buffett is a canny investor, businessman and role model to many. His investment knowledge and skills secured him a number three spot on the Forbes World Billionaires list, with a net worth of $72.3 billion. He has obtained a cult-like status with professional and amateur investors following his every move. http://hubs.ly/H08g8q10

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Have you seen our final video tutorial on screening for undervalued stocks. In this video tutorial, we’re going to be combining our lessons from the three previous vlogs (in which we screened stocks using the balance sheet, income statement, and cash flow) and build a target screen of around 20-30 companies. http://hubs.ly/H08gbj80

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Finding a group of assets that is as cheap as it has ever been relative to another group of assets is a promising starting point for a ‘good buy,’ and value stocks outside the US look deeply depressed in relative terms. After all, once a piece of elastic has been stretched to its historic limits, one outcome is more likely than any other; it snaps back. http://hubs.ly/H08hZ510

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Pound Traders Set Brexit Bets as Key Summit Comes Into Play http://hubs.ly/H08g91t0

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No one enjoys feeling regret, which is why it’s such a powerful motivator. Often how we act in a situation is due to our attempts to avoid regret, which can lead us to make nonsensical decisions out of fear or panic.
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Dow trades above 22,000 as Apple’s stock rallies http://hubs.ly/H08gbYs0
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