(Last Updated On: April 17, 2019)

What does it mean to be Value-Focused and Risk-Adverse

Value-Focused means we will only buy stocks we consider are reasonably priced relative to our assessment of their intrinsic, true or real value. Risk-Adverse means we will not buy stocks that we assess as overpriced, even if market sentiment favours them going higher (as happens in bull markets). We do not speculate or take foolish risks.

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