How Should You Invest After the BREXIT Vote

Britain’s decision to exit the European Union has profound implications for the global economic structure. But how does this impact you as an investor? Let’s take a look at how the global business may be affected and how you may want to reposition your investments to take advantage of the changes or at the very… [Read More]

FREE VIDEO CASE STUDY: 2 Highly Profitable Value Investments

Value Investing Case Studies Master List Some time ago I listed a master list of case studies going back 5 years. This included 26 different investments we undertook starting 2011. This 188 page value investing case studies pdf can be downloaded from here. Check out the above value investing case studies. Questions are welcome. More… [Read More]

Are There Dangers in Not Diversifying Your Portfolio?

When it comes to investing, the key for most people to make money is to avoid as much risk as possible. In order to accomplish this, it’s best that all investors decide to diversify their portfolios in all possible ways. However, while it may sound simple, diversification is anything but that. However, by following a… [Read More]

Get 5 Years Worth of Value Investments Case Studies for Free

At Value Stock Guide Premium, we have made over 25 investments in the last 5 years that we have completed a round trip on. This means, these investments were made, and then ultimately we exited the stock in question. I have collected the original research that was part of the recommendation for every round trip… [Read More]

7 Small Cap Stocks to Buy in the Service Sector

With the market so volatile and the investors generally heading for the exits, many good companies can be acquired today for cheap. The following 7 stocks appear to be good buys right now with terrific valuations and solid history of earnings growth. In a few cases, the undervaluation is extreme due to temporary issues. Each… [Read More]

P/E Ratio Definition

What is P/E Ratio? P/E Ratio is one of the most common valuation metric used to identify stocks attractively priced for investment. As the name implies, the Price/Earnings Ratio is simply the price of the stock divided by the earnings per share as reported by the company. Most commonly, the last 12 months of eps… [Read More]