(PRWEB) January 20, 2008
A new site, accessible at the address http://www.value-investing-center.com , allows users to access free financial and investing education. Beginner investors, as well as advanced ones, can use site resources to enhance their investing knowledge and practical investing tools.
The step-by-step guide allows users to take full advantage of the free resources present in the web site.
Value Investing is an investment strategy used by some of the country's more prominent investors, most notably Warren Buffett. The American Heritage Dictionary defines value as a fair price or return. For value investors, this definition is a key concept in choosing which investments are right for purchase at a given time. They are not just looking for stocks that are solid -- but are undervalued.
The main proponents of value investing, such as Benjamin Graham and Warren Buffett have argued that the essence of value investing is buying stocks at less than their intrinsic value. The discount of the market price to the intrinsic value is what Benjamin Graham called the "margin of safety".
Value investing is all about looking for stocks that are priced at a bargain for the overall value. The market price of a stock will often drop for a company based on recent news reports, economic reports, a CEO change or other outside forces. However, if the company is stable with a long-term history of success, it may be a prime target for value investors to hold on to for the long term. Value investing offers the benefits of not only compounding through dividends, but the ability to purchase good companies for the long term, with a positive outlook, at a great price.
As Warren Buffet once said, "Risk comes from not knowing what you're doing". Value-Investing-Center educates investors to know what they are doing.
Value-investing-center.com is not only a free investing resources site, but also social on-line community, allowing investors around the world to meet and share ideas about the concepts of sound and responsible investing.