This month, Jason Weaver covers types of value investing, dividends and the composition of the S&P 500.
TYPES OF VALUE INVESTING
Buying companies with low stock valuations compared with similar companies or the market as a whole.
Investing in stocks that are significantly undervalued, have been unfairly punished by the market, and are well positioned for a rebound
Intrinsic Value is the perceived value of an investment’s future cash flow, expected growth, and risk.
Dividend stocks can provide investors with predictable income as well as long-term growth potential. Most value stocks pay dividends, although this isn’t a set-in-stone rule. Historically, stock dividends have been more stable than stock prices.