Introduction to Value Investing

All you have to take into account for successing in Stock Investing
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Value Investing philosophy basics
Risk Management concepts in Stock Investing
Identification of Emotional and Knowledge Biases
Strategics and Tactics to reduce Risk and overcome Biases


  • No previous knowledge or experience required


There are as many stock investing strategies as investors in the world. Some of them might make you make money consistently, while many more will make you lose it. But what I've learned with the passing years is that I can learn something new from any of them.

Value Investing is one of the most followed ones. Warren Buffet, Charlie Munger, Monish Pabrai, Seth Klarman, Peter Lynch, and many more investors and authors are famous in this discipline. But any of them employs a slightly different approach or emphasizes a different specific concept.

In my case, after investing in financial markets for more than twenty years, what I've found attractive of this strategy are four of its characteristics:

  • It works (at least for me, although it took me a little bit to get it)

  • It is related to everyday business (no obscure, non-understandable reasonings)

  • It is semi-passive (in line with my financial freedom requirement)

  • It is scalable and compoundable (same effort to manage $50k than $50M)

In this course, I outline my philosophy in this area, dissecting the basics and enumerating the different factors to take into account.

This is an introductory course, so I won't go to the details of each of them. I am already working in a complete course where I will develop each of its concepts.

Who this course is for:

  • Anyone seeking to success in the Stock Market


Freelance Consultant SAP
Ricardo Naya
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  Ricardo Naya, Industrial Engineer, CPIM (Certified in Production and Inventory Management), SAP S/4 HANA 1909 PP and Manufacturing certified and MBA among other titles, has worked during more than 16 years in SAP implementation or improvement projects in main leader companies worldwide in different industries (Nestle, Alcatel, Roche, Burberry, ...). 

  SAP consulting experience has allowed him to know the processes and best practices in different industries, as long as adquire a deep knowledge of this ERP. 

  SAP consulting does not only require technical knowledge of the system, like execute the different transactions. But also a functional knowledge of why SAP offers the different options and which standard ones are allowed. 

  By means of his training courses, Ricardo hopes to deliver both approaches and in this way to ease the learning and understanding of SAP


  Ricardo Naya, Ingeniero Industrial Superior en Organización Industrial, CPIM (Certified in Production and Inventory Management), certificado en SAP  S/4 HANA 1909 PP y MBA entre otros estudios, ha trabajado durante más de 12 años en proyectos de implantación o de mejora de SAP en las principales empresas líderes mundiales de diferentes sectores (Nestlé, Alcatel, Roche, Burberry,...). 

              La experiencia en consultoría SAP le ha permitido conocer los procesos y las mejores prácticas en diferentes industrias, así como adquirir un amplio conocimiento de este ERP. 

              Trabajar con SAP no solo requiere unos conocimientos técnicos del sistema, cómo realizar las distintas transacciones por ejemplo. Sino también un conocimiento funcional de el porqué SAP las ofrece de una manera y qué opciones de configuración estándar permite. 

              Por medio de sus cursos de formación, Ricardo espera poder transmitir ambos enfoques y de este modo facilitar el aprendizaje y entendimiento de este ERP

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