Why Younger Investors Should Begin Value Investing | Phil Town

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00:00 – Introduction
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02:57 – Worth Investing With Time
04:24 – Question: Did You Start Worth Investing At A Young Age? If So, How Has It Benefited You?


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  1. Is 27 still considered young? I have 1hour everyday to put into investing, what should i do with that time?

    1. Start creating a list of great companies you’d like to own. Spend your time learning the in’s and outs of the business and their growth rates, historical P/E’s, etc…

      Work to determine an intrinsic value for each business on your list, divide that number by 50%, (margin of safety) and buy any company on your list when the price falls at or below your margin of safety.

    2. Lookup Karen Marie Emma, she’s a certified fiduciary, she has strategies designed for both new and experienced investors.

  2. Wealth and riches are measured by the amount of investment a person has, that’s why I invest all the time so I can’t be affected by this inflation and crises

    1. I’m very worried about our future, gas and food prices rising daily. We have had our savings dwindle with the cost of living into the stratosphere, we are finding it impossible to replace it. We can get by, but can’t seem to get ahead. My condolences to anyone retiring in this crisis, 30years nonstop just for a crooked system to take all you worked for.

  3. Investing for our future shouldn’t stop because market sucks, This phase is where the future millionaires DCA into the dips on assets; stocks , index funds, real estate especially!

    1. You’re right, Waiting to “buy the dip” is not a good strategy. It’s timing the market & the cash drag will likely kill your returns anyway. Dollar cost average & AUTOMATICALLY take advantage of all market conditions.

    2. @Richard Diego I can’t give out advise cos am not an advisor, lookup certified fiduciary like Karen Marie Emma, and reach out to her through her web page.

    3. @Orchmond Osteen I just did and her stats looks really impressive. Hope she replies my mail.

  4. Did you start value investing at a young age? If so, how has that benefited you? And if you are a young investor, what is stopping you from getting started?

    Comment your answer.

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