Are you a value investor?
There are two possible answers to that question: (1) Yes, or (2) No, I’m a trader or growth investor. But even traders and growth investors like to buy stocks that are undervalued, right? It can’t hurt!
There are many measures for determining if a stock is undervalued. The most basic are P/E, PEG, price-to-book ratio, etc. You probably know all of these. But what about the Graham Number.
In this episode, you will learn:
- What the Graham Number is, and how it is calculated.
- How to interpret the Graham Number in terms of “buy, hold, and sell.”
- How stocks with good Graham Numbers have been performing compared to the S&P 500.
We also take an in-depth look at four, count ‘em FOUR, blue-chip stocks with good Graham Numbers right now. We’re not talking hypothetically — we will be showing you some undervalued stocks that you can further investigate on your own.
The Graham Number isn’t that well known — and you can use this to your advantage! When just a few traders have knowledge of a particular tool, they can typically use it for a while before the rest of the crowd catches on. That may be happening with the Graham Number right now.
CEO, Wealthpire Inc.