Value Investing

Value investing is a style of investing which derives its fundamental basis in business ratios. It is a long-term investing method that takes advantage of short-term downturns whether industry or market wide. Upon recovery, the investor simply sells their investment and waits for another downturn.

Value Investing CRUSHES the Dow Jones Industrial Average by 353%!

On October 22, 2019 the Dow Jones Industrial Average was 26,823 (market opening). Today, October 18, 2020 the Dow Jones Industrial Average is 28,607. The DOW improved 6.65% in the course of one year (technically 361 days). On October 22, 2019, I started out with $10,000 in a value investing based railroad fund. Today, the …

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56.67% Return on Investment: Union Pacific Railroad

Value investing is a principle of investing whereby the investor uses ratios and comparative analysis of similar investments over an extended period of time. In this case, I compared the six publicly traded Class I railways in the United States. Then based on the results, I exercise buy and sell points for each stock within the fund. In this case, Union Pacific’s prior peak (high selling price) was $188.96.

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