How to Find Both Growth and Value

One would suspect that a value investor would spend very little time thinking about growth, but that is simply not the case. Even when focusing on asset-based value investing, we want to see that pile of assets grow in the future or be converted to cash and returned to shareholders.

In the best situations, an investor can find a stock trading below asset value and then see those assets grow faster than the stock price for a period of year. The shares never become overvalued, and you can enjoy the benefits of compounding for a long period of time as the company's value grows. I love finding undervalued assets that are taken over and converted to cash in a short period of time. I am also very fond of owning growing assets at a cheap price for a long period of time....603 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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