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One method I use to value stocks is with the Absolute PE model created by Vitaliy Katsenelson, the author of Active Value Investing.
It’s a PE valuation method, but doesn’t rely on relative comparisons.
I exited PRLS with just under 20% gain in a year for this net net.
It wasn’t a huge gain, but the downside was very protected. A position that didn’t cause any worry throughout the holding period.
Now I received some comments and questions that PRLS is even more of a net net and in a better position to succeed.
But I find it difficult to believe that a net net will transform itself into a growth company so I’m out.
Also not an industry that I want to be in at the moment.
2 lies that I’ve found myself telling.
It’s not a white lie either.
Once it gets into a habit, it’s a very dangerous lie that can cripple your portfolio.
Find out what the 2 lies are.
A quick look at cheap value investing vs buying quality dividend stocks.
Guest author Ben Reynolds provides 5 rules he uses to filter for dividend stocks.
The three books have been sent out to the winners.
I found it to be a very engaging and heartfelt read. It’s not going to change how to pick stocks, but it will help you think about the way to invest.
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