I am currently running several mentoring sessions with some of my clients. During these sessions, I like to understand their investing style to help them define a system that suits them.
What is your Investing Timeframe?
One client has a bias for long-term investing, meaning:
- They prefer to buy a stock when it is perceived to be at a significant discount to its book value.
- When the stock is undervalued in comparison to its future potential worth
- When the stock has rock-solid fundamentals
Although long-term investors tend to rely heavily on fundamentals, the role of technical analysis is still important.
Video: Stock Chart Tips for Long-Term Investors
This video will show the long-term investor some simple yet powerful techniques to enable them to analyze the stock market indices at a glance and be able to avoid any future punishing bust cycles in the market.