Contrarian Investing Philosophy

Contrarian Investing Philosophy

A Contrarian Investor, generally focuses on turnaround situations and stocks currently out of favor, practicing patience and long-term investing.  Contrarian investors known as Contrarians looks for strongly financed, growing companies that are undervalued by the market for the wrong reasons, believing that the market will come to appreciate their true value over time.  This investing […]

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Robert Shiller

Robert J. Shiller Investment Philosophy

Based on the research and data of Professor Robert J. Shiller, smart investors know that market timing is a key success factor to building and maintaining wealth. Investor genius Warren Buffet made billions by buying the right companies at the right time – when “value screamed”! He wisely avoided the recent ‘tech bubble’ and kept his […]

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Contrarian Investing Books to Read

Contrarian Investing Books to Read

The Five Rules for Successful Stock Investing: Morningstar’s Guide to Building Wealth and Winning in the Market by Pat Dorsey OVER the years, people from around the world have turned to Morningstar for strong, independent, and reliable advice. The Five Rules for Successful Stock Investing provides the kind of savvy financial guidance only a company […]

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Contrarian Investing Strategy Three

Taking advantage of Irrational Behavior Strategy

This strategy is a variation of strategy #1. It looks at relative industry strength and investor sentiment. Indicators Down by 50% off 52 week low Bottom of cycle “Maximum market pessimism” Low relative Price/Earning Low relative Price/Sales Low relative Price/Book Low relative debt-to-equity Interest coverage ratio Cash flow A Contrarian stock  Down by 50% off […]

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Contrarian Minded Investor

Contrarian Minded Investor

Believe it or not, Contrarians are not alone in their investment beliefs, although at times it feels like it. It is not easy to be a Contrarian minded investor, in today’s fast-paced and get-rich-quick ideological investment environment.   One of the most difficult aspects of a contrarian strategy is the strategy’s execution.  As  investors, we face […]

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