Tag: deep value investing

LAZY 2020 ASX LIC BASED PORTFOLIO – & reflecting on 2019

The idea for this lazy portfolio experiment was for it to track a portfolio that required little thinking and tinkering. In keeping up with the lazy theme I shall try and make this post relatively brief (well only in comparison to my last blog post anyway), as it is nearing Christmas and time for a break! To those who are not familiar with this hypothetical portfolio experiment, here is a link to the background for how it started.

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What If Value Investing Is A Little Bit Dead?

This article was first published by me on Talkmarkets: https://talkmarkets.com/content/stocks–equities/what-if-value-investing-is-a-little-bit-dead?post=214196

Is value investing dead in 2021?

My conclusion is value investing has died to a small extent as it pertains to taking quantitative screening tools and using them to pick out large cap shares in well covered developed markets.

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LIC Investing – 10 factors to check before buying.

A checklist for buying ASX Listed Investment Companies (LICs) shares

A list of 10 factors to check as a guide when to buy, scroll down for further explanations on each.

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Investing like Buffett will outperform the market right?

“We believe in fundamental value and look to own high quality businesses, with low debt, excellent management, competitive advantage and pricing powers”.

I hope the above doesn’t match word for word of a fund manager’s slogan out there but it wouldn’t surprise me if it did! Continue reading “Investing like Buffett will outperform the market right?”