Value Investing

Value Investing

Parent Strategy

An investment strategy that focuses on buying undervalued stocks that are underappreciated by investors and the market at large, Value Investing actively ferret out stocks from a quality company that are underestimated by other investors. Value investors use financial analysis, don't follow the herd, and are long-term investors of quality companies. Through fundamental analysis, value investors focus on buying with a margin of safety, doing detective work to find these secret sales on stocks and buying them at a discount compared to how the market values them. Intrinsic value is a combination of using financial analysis such as studying a company's financial performance, revenue, earnings, cash flow, and profit as well as fundamental factors, including the company's brand, business model, target market, and competitive advantage.




Intrinsic Value
Margin of Safety
Market Analysis
Price to Book Ratio (P/B)
Price to Earnings Ratio (P/E)
Undervalued Stock

Mentioned by the Following


Albright Capital
Aquamarine Capital
Astellon Capital Partners
Brandes Investment Partners
Brandywine Global Investment Management
CarVal Investors
Casey Research
Davos Investment Group
Empire Financial Research
EnTrust Global
Fat Pitch Financials
Finbox Inc.
Forager Funds
Goehring & Rozencwajg Associates, LLC
Greenlight Capital
Greenwoods Asset Management
Greylock Capital Management, LLC
Investment Management Associates
Khaner Capital Management
MOI Global
Onex Credit
Palm Valley Capital Management
Pershing Square Capital Management
Quintessential Capital Management
Rangeley Capital
Southbank Investment Research
Third Point LLC
Tweedy Browne Company LLC
UBS O'Connor
VT Price Value Portfolio
Washington Crossing Advisors
Wintergreen Advisers

Event Types

Crisis of Confidence


Alan Fournier
Alex Green
Amine Bouchentouf
Andrew Macken
André Perold
Ari Paul
Ben Graham
Bill Miller
Bruce Greenwald
Bryan Beach
Charles Brandes
Charles Mizrahi
Charles Sizemore
Chris Browne
Dan Ferris
Daniel Loeb
Dave Levine
Dave Samra
David Gardner
David Abrams
David Einhorn
David Krejca
David Merkel
Eric Cinnamond
Gabriel Grego
George Jiang
George Silva
Guy Spier
Janet Lowe
Jeffrey Tannenbaum
Joel Greenblatt
John Del Vecchio
John Haskell
John Heins
John Mihaljevic
John Reese
Joseph Calandro Jr
Julian Robertson
Kevin Caron
Lee Cooperman
Lewis Johnson
Lloyd Khaner
Lyn Alden
Mario Gabelli
Mohnish Pabrai
Nick Giambruno
Paul Isaac
Porter Stansberry
Preston Pysh
Richard Lawrence Jr.
Roger Montgomery
Roy Sebag
Seth Klarman
Tim Guinness
Tim Price
Tom Claugus
Vitaliy Katsenelson
Walter Schloss
Warren Buffett
Wes Gray
Whitney Tilson


7 Secrets to Investing Like Warren Buffett
Active Value Investing
Analyst Academy
Applied Value Investing
BASICS: Getting Started in Equities
Benjamin Graham on Value Investing
Berkshire Hathaway Letters to Shareholders 1965 to 2018
Best Stocks Now! Premium
Brandes on Value
Charlie Munger
Classic Value Investors
Deep Value
Dividend Kings
Extreme Value
Forager Blog
Getting Started in Value Investing
Invest with the Fed
Investing 101
Investment Philosophies
Investor Amnesia
Margin of Safety
Quantitative Value
Rule of 72
Saving Capitalism From Short Termism
Security Analysis
Security Analysis
Smarter Stock Picking
Stansberry Venture Value
Strategic Investment Newsletter
The 100 Best Stocks to Buy in 2020
The Acquirer's Multiple
The Aleph Blog
The Art of Value Investing
The Complete Idiot's Guide to Value Investing
The Dhandho Investor
The Education of a Value Investor
The Essays of Warren Buffett
The Intelligent Investor
The Little Book That Still Beats the Market
The Little Book of Sideways Markets
The Little Book of Value Investing
The Manual of Ideas
The Prudent Speculator
The Rediscovered Benjamin Graham
The StockTwits Edge
The Triumph of Value Investing
Trade Like Warren Buffett
Trifecta Stocks
Validea's Guru Investor Blog
Value Investing
Value Investing Today
Value Investing Tools and Techniques
Vintage Value Investing
Warren Buffett Accounting Book
Warren Buffett's Ground Rules
What's Behind The Numbers?

Publication Types

Magic Formula Investing


Earnings Before Interest, Tax, Depreciation, and Amortization (EBITDA)