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Others are New management. New competition. I have already made times profit. If you think something is attractive in the market, buy it. If it falls lower buy more.
These differences may be the ones that make 60x instead of 40x, but it is not worth missing the opportunities all-together. Even if one knew what the stock market is going to do, it will still be more profitable in just keeping your head down and continue to stock pick.
The more successful one is at market timing, the greater is the temptation to rely on it and thus miss much greater opportunities of buying right and holding on.
The only problem is that good stocks seldom have friends. When you say good stock, most people think of earnings, but the company can also have assets that are earning nothing at the moment. Great assets are potential earning power. Rather than current ratios, use statistics to back up vision and foresight. Do your research and have faith in it. Patience is a virtue, have it if you can, seldom found in a woman, almost never in a man.
It is more important to be right, than to be quick. Here foresight has no relevance. Even if the near term outlook is bad, just continue to hold on.
A man does not have to be able to lay an egg to tell a good one from a bad one. The only way to make more money than the going rate of return on capital is to buy stocks whose values are not that apparent to people.
The past is there for every one to see and when a stock has performed in the past, and is likely to do so in the future, you can make money off it, but outstanding returns are unlikely. My advice to buy right and hold is to counter unproductive activity, not to recommend putting them away and forgetting them. Try to imagine if the company can grow that big.
A large factor is also the current size of the company, which will help determine that. When you pay for a stock you are not only paying for average growth, but more importantly for superior growth over the future.
Therefore you have to evaluate the company in a size times its current size, after years and check if it still makes sense. You can almost win any argument, if you are allowed to make any assumptions.
In investing one always deals with probabilities and possibilities, and no certainties. Risk is an essential element in the quest for capital gain.
Recognise it as one of your costs on the way to a net gain. A perfect track record can almost certainly mean that you are also letting a lot of good opportunities pass you.
There is no system, philosophy that will keep an investor from making mistakes or keep him harmless when he is wrong. We never risk our money, unless the odds are largely in our favour, our inescapable losses should therefore look small compared to our profits. One of the most persistent illusions of the business of investing is that information is absolutely vital. Given that assumption, every trade needs a buyer and seller, and if both relied on the same information that the company is giving out, there will hardly be the quantum of trades that persist in the market today.
Therefore, assuming that both sides of the trades are made by institutions, its almost certain that opinions on the stock matter way more than common or rather secret information. The fact without the truth is false. Always correct.
When you read a paper in the morning, never forget that your homework has only just begun. Look at opportunity ratio while evaluating. If you can gain points by risking a loss of 10, the odds are Equally important is the chance that of the relative gain to the loss.
In the stock market as in poker, one must only bet when the odds are heavily in your favour. If the price is already down by discounting the worst, there is very limited downside risk, focus on the upside and take a call.
All values are relative in all aspects. In a kingdom of the blind, a one-eyed man is a king. The greatest gains in the market have been made by simultaneous increase of earnings along with increase in PE. Increased earnings is just arithmetic progression, both are almost geometric progression.
PE vs simple earnings increase For a stock to grow times on increased earnings if the PE is same. If a PE grew 4x, the company would only have to increase earnings 25x. The same is also a double edged sword when PE falls, in fact it is much worse as if the PE halves, the earnings have to double just to keep the prices constant.
There is no such thing as a correct PE or a correct relative PE. The story, assumptions and risk reward are the most important. If a stock has gone up 50x after you bought it and with a significant risk, if it can double, it will yield a x return. You can run incredible amounts of risk for a reward of that size.
In the stock market as in poker, the money tends to move from stupid to intelligent hands. Fallacies in using the PE independently: Earnings are not as easily comparable as prices. In many ways purely comparing earnings is like comparing cows vs horses.
Quality and composition of earnings are vital in drawing effective comparisons by using the PE. Just PE can be as deceptive as drinking martinis. Just as fastening a seatbelt can save your life, scrupulous attentions to the change in quality of earnings can save you your fortune. The best safeguard against the sleigh of hand booking keeping is to have nothing to do with it or with the men who practise it.
The greatest mistake of the public is to pay attention to the prices instead of the value. Earning are way more manipulated than stock prices. But for the gullible, there would be no manipulators.
In Africa, where there are no antelopes, there are no lions. Stocks are bought and sold on the market because both, the buyer and seller hope to benefit by their actions. Neither are there to do another a favour. Technical analysis is not an alternative to fundamental analysis, it is at most to be used as a tool for an entry and an exit after a finalised decision to buy or sell.
Basic economic principals All market value is in the mind. All laws made by men, can be changed by men, will be changed by men ass soon as people decide that they would be better off if the laws are changed. There are 3 approaches to investing Psychological Statistical Spiritual Remember that a man who will steal from you, will steal from you. Ask yourself if the company you plan to invest into is going to make the world a better place.
If no, avoid it like the plague. No matter how profitable, stay away from men, companies and ventures that are based on defrauding rather than helping their customers. Most fraudsters are not so selfish as myopic, not so much greedy as stupid. When morally derelict men reach the top of corporations, and stay there for a a few years, the evil done by them lives on. It is thus unwise to be too excited about an a quick turnaround in any organisation whose management has displayed a lack of moral principle.
In racing there is a huge difference between the 1st, 2nd and 3rd prize. Investment returns are no different. Paul Garret was an accomplished man facing retirement in at the age of He determined to make his last years his best years rather than sit out the rest of his life as so many pensioners do.
He wanted to increase his wealth in order to increase his power to help others. He did not have any children so he was not heir-selfish. Excerpt from: It must be relatively unknown. Popular growth stocks may keep on growing but too often one has to pay for expected growth too many years in advance.
Probably to meet this criterion the stock he wanted would be traded over—the-counter rather than on any stock exchange. He had few friends in the Wall Street and in business. He came up with a list of fifty stocks. Then he did his homework on these companies by studying their financial reports.
He shortlisted three of them and did field trips and met their chief executive officers. His wealth compounded at Sounds easy, but Mr. Garrett first had to find the stock he wanted. Then he had to buy it in the face of recommendations against it by people who either knew nothing about, or had pets they liked better, or believed in diversification no matter what.
The key takeaway is: A distinguished security analyst tells how to make more of your investment opportunities , Hardcover — January 1, by Thomas William Phelps. Phelps spent over 40 years in and around Wall Street and the world of investing. His activities included being a private investor, columnist, analyst, author and financial advisor. His career spanned from just before the Crash of to the 70? In spite of the the rather glamorous title, the book is actually about Buy and Hold investing.
With the histories of many of these companies available, Mr.
Phelps goes back in time to examine what it was about these companies that made their potential as great as it was. How can one begin to see what it takes for a company to do well?
This is the heart of Mr. He comes up with common characteristics that show up in many of the stocks he uses as examples. Now, what about his strategy of stock ownership? Uncle Sam always wants a piece of the pie when you decide to cut it!