Jun 30, 2020
In the 1960s and 1970s Nifty 50 stocks were one-rule stocks – and the rule was, buy! They were bought, and bought, and bought. They were great companies and paying attention to how much you paid for them was irrelevant. Until. In this podcast, Vitaliy draws on history to show what happens when investors only pay attention to a company's quality at the expense of price.
You can read this article online at: https://contrarianedge.com/nifty-faang-and-other-one-decision-investment-strategies/