Value Investing & Deep Value Investing: The Hunt For 100X
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Value Investing & Deep Value Investing: The Hunt For 100X

Behavioral Finance, Contrarian Thinking, Finding Multibagger Stocks In Global Markets & Compounding Money Effectively
4.3 (49 ratings)
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2,011 students enrolled
Created by Kingsley Lucas
Last updated 12/2019
English [Auto]
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  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Value Investing
  • Deep Value Investing
  • Activism
  • Contrarian Investing
  • Behavioral Finance & Economics
  • Value Investing Research
  • Value Investing Case Studies
  • Investing Psychology
  • Liquidation Value
  • Warren Buffett
  • Benjamin Graham
  • Walter Schloss
  • Risk-Reward Ratio
  • There are no course requirements and prerequisites

This course is not just about value investing but it is also about psychology, behavioral finance and acquiring the knowledge to be successful in today's stock markets. The only thing that separates you as an investors is your willingness to be rational. The ideas in this course are not entirely new but the author makes it a point to introduce a lot of case studies on investments that have worked and also how to find stocks with multibagger potential.

This course is based mostly on the experience of the author. You will find ideas on finding boring stocks that do very well, companies that are practically left for dead and trading at less than liquidation value and also learn how to stalk the mythical 100 baggers where you could possibly turn $1 to $100.

In this course, we will discuss:

1. Deep value investing

2. Value Investing On A GARP(Growth At Reasonable Price) Basis

3. Finding mutlibaggers - Clue: These stocks are typically unwanted, unloved, boring and have little growth

4. The Right Psychology, Mindset For Investment Success - You Would Have To Resist Your Biological Urge To Act With The Herd

5. Finding 100 Baggers

6. Financial Analysis

7. Classic Benjamin Graham Ideas

8. Investors You Might Want To Follow & Investors You Might Not Want To Follow

9. Growth At Bloody Cheap Prices

10. Case studies, case studies and more

And much more...

Who this course is for:
  • Beginner Investors
  • Intermediate Investors
  • Investors who are starting out
Course content
Expand all 35 lectures 03:41:53
+ Value Investing Works!
2 lectures 15:50

Value investing makes sense on all levels. You want to buy a company than less than its intrinsic value. This tutorial comes with anecdotal case studies as well as a billionaire who managed to buy a company at less than 2 times earnings.

Preview 06:46

This tutorial gives you several academic vantage points that proves to you without a doubt that value investing strategies outperforms the markets. It has been test and validated in different markets. See the evidence and decide for yourself.

Academic Research Proves That Value Investing Works
+ Managerial Issues
2 lectures 18:11

Managerial capability  would make a difference between a company that does well and a company that does not. In particular, capital allocation is a key skill for managers. Learn to judge for yourself managerial capabilities.

Judging Managerial Capability

Learn what are the common conflicts between managers and shareholders. Recognize them and avoid them when you can. At the end of the day, you would want managers working for shareholders.

Agency-Principal Conflict
+ Investing Themes
10 lectures 58:00

This tutorial is a deep dive on all things related to the PE ratio. A low PE ratio does not necessarily mean an undervalued stock. Dive in for a discussion on this matter.

All About PE Ratios

This strategy represents some of the cheapest stocks in the stock universe. There are misuses to the strategy and we will discuss how to use and not use the strategy.

Cash Bargains

Large stocks can be temporarily depressed at times and you want to take advantage of them because price recovery occurs very quickly for stocks of such natures. Learn with case studies in this tutorial.

Large Unpopular Stocks

The low price to tangible book approach works in investing. Discover more in this tutorial.

Low Price To Book /Low Price To Tangible Book
Low Price To Free Cash Flow
Low Price To Sales

This is a case study on a particular stock called Micron.

Micron - Low Price To Book & Low Price To Sales Case Study

The net current asset value approach is one of Benjamin Graham's favorite strategy. Find out more about the uses and misuses of the strategy and learn from a real world case study of how I made 50% over less than 12 months employing this very strategy.

Net Current Asset Value Approach

Growth can be cheap or expensive. For me, I would prefer to have growth come for free with a very low price paid. Learn more with a real world case study that we have in this tutorial.

Growth at Bloody Cheap Prices

Get acquainted with different screeners for find the best investments.

Using Screeners To Find Ideas
+ Financial Analysis
10 lectures 55:32
Financial Statements Analysis
Cash Conversion Cycle
Companies With Negative Working Capital
Debt Issues For Consideration
Diversification vs Concentration

A case study.

Esprit Vs Bossini International Vs Joyce Boutique DuPont Analysis
Wild Gyrations In Tangible Book
Asset Impairment & Goodwill impairment
Capital Expenditures
SEC Filings You Must Know
+ Great Investors
7 lectures 38:25

Discover the man that turned $10 million into $5 billion.

How One Man Turned $10 Million Into $5 Billion
Benjamin Graham - The Man & His Ideas
Walter Schloss-The Man That Earned Millions By Being Boring
Warren Buffett - The Man & His Ideas
Qualities of A Value Investor
Building Your Competencies As An Investor
Find Investing Ideas From Great Investors
+ Finding Multibaggers
3 lectures 27:40
Stalking The 100 Bagger
Finding Asymmetric Stocks With Multibagger Potential
Forecasting - A Futile Exercise For Most Investors