What is Chapter 8 of The intelligent investor?
Chapter 8 – The Investor and Market Fluctuations The investor’s primary interest lies in acquiring and holding suitable securities at suitable prices. – You will be wiser to form your own ideas of the value of your holdings, based on full reports from the company about its operations and financial position.
What are the main points of the intelligent investor?
The Intelligent Investor – Euclidean’s Five Key Takeaways
- Takeaway 1: Price & Value Are Two Entirely Different Concepts.
- Takeaway 2: Risk Is Not The Short-Term Volatility Of Returns.
- Takeaway 3: To Be Successful, You Must Be Psychologically Prepared.
- Takeaway 4: You Can’t Predict The Future.
Should I only read commentary in intelligent investor?
I have read it. Basically, even if you have no intention of becoming a value oriented investor, you should still read it. It’s important to understand how value investors work because they are an important segment of market participants. It’s well worth reading.
How do you read an intelligent investor?
An intelligent investor is one who can identify the past patterns, distil the wisdom from these patterns and extrapolate these trends into the future. After all, the proof of the pudding lies in the eating and your understanding of past trends is only useful as long as it allows you to extrapolate into the future.
Which chapters in The Intelligent Investor is best?
Chapter 8 and 20 have been the bedrock of my investing activities for more than 60 years…. I suggest that all investors read those chapters and reread them every time the market has been especially strong or weak. I totally agree with Mr.
When should I sell my stock intelligent investor?
This brings up an obvious point — the intelligent investor should sell a value stock if he’s following a mechanical investment strategy and specific metrics are achieved which satisfy his strategy’s sell requirements. In this case, almost no matter what the reason, holding on to your value stocks would be a bad move.