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By Dhirendra Kumar | 30-Nov-2019
Developed by Benjamin Graham and David Dodd over a century ago, value investing is an approach that essentially involves buying a company at a price lower than its intrinsic value, and selling it when it when the price reaches this value. Though this sounds simple enough, most people still struggle to actually practise value investing. So does this mean that value investing has its limitations? Or is there something wrong with the way people implement these principles? And how do you avoid these shortcomings and succeed as a value investor? Join us in the next webinar of Value Investing in which we will look at why so many value investors fail and how you can succeed. Register now!