Value Investing Explained
A free curriculum for college students
Learn what value investing is, how it could be
applied to real-world stocks, and what to do if
you want to make it your career.
Ever wonder how value
investors like Warren Buffett
or Ben Graham invest?
This guided collection of my best articles, book
excerpts, and podcast episodes will help you
understand their investing strategy and how it
could be applied to modern markets.
Table of Contents
- How to know if an investing career is for you
- Which investment approach you should adopt
- How to start investing and hone your skills
- How to stand out from your peers
- Buffett & Munger’s 3 dimensions of value investing
- Why value investing is not just about cheap stocks
- Is this a question you should be asking?
- How to approach the market so that you don’t freak out every time it takes a dive
- How the nature of the stock market can cause you to make emotional decisions
- What you should do to stay rational
- What the constant ups and downs of the market really mean
- How to stay rational despite them
Value Investing Explained (Longer Reads):
- How to calculate the value of an asset
- How to determine a good buy price for the asset
- How not to get swindled by market ups and downs
- How to maximize your investing IQ
- What the real investing risk is (hint: it’s not volatility) and how we deal with it
- How to stack investing odds in your favor
Hands-on Value Investing (Stock/industry analysis):
- Why EVs are not just a new type of car, but a paradigm shift for the industry
- How Elon’s dreams finance Tesla’s growth, but the company’s future success might not be in his hands
- Why the survival of ICE auto makers may not be as certain as it seems
- Tesla’s Autopilot: Elon’s wishful thinking of Tesla’s greatest advantage?
- How EV range anxiety will give way to a new gold rush
- Bulls vs bears on Tesla: who has it right?
- Is Tesla the new Apple or the new Theranos?
- Bonus: Are EVs green & what’s the future of oil?