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Identifying Value Traps In Advance: Part 2

2021-09-23

Research Articles

Introduction to Identifying Value Traps Here is a link to Part 1 In what has become part 2 of this two-part series, I simply identified the difference between a value trap versus a value investment.  The sole purpose of that video was to illustrate the distinctions between a true value stock versus a value trap.  […]

Best Advice For Young Investors

2021-09-01

Research Articles

Introduction – Young Investors In this video I will share the absolute best investment advice that can be given to young investors.  This advice is indisputably and inarguably the most important advice that a young person can receive towards becoming a successful investor.  As a young investor once myself, there is no doubt that it […]

Dissecting the Dow Jones Industrial Average: Part 2

2021-07-28

Research Articles

Introduction – Dow Jones In part 1 I looked at the most reasonably valued 10 stocks out of the 30 Dow Jones Industrial Average Constituents.  In this part 2, I examine the second tier of 10 Dow stocks that are overvalued generally to illustrate how richly valued the market is. It is important to point […]

15 Blue-Chip Dividend Growth Stocks: Love The Businesses Hate The Stocks

2021-05-24

Research Articles, Uncategorized

Blue-Chip Dividend Growth Stocks I love blue-chip dividend growth stocks that consistently grow their businesses and their dividends year after year.  However, as much as I love blue-chip dividend growth stocks, I simultaneously hate their stocks when they become overvalued.  With this video I am going to cover what I consider to be some of […]

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