Deep Value
Investing Screeners

Find undervalued and takeover stocks.

About Deep Value Stocks

What?

Deep value investing is an investment strategy where you find stocks that are trading for less than their intrinsic value.

Why?

Deeply undervalue stocks provide a good opportunity for investing because they are likely targets for takeovers where you have a quick win or they can simply increase back to their fair market value.

“It seems that the uglier the stock, the better the return, even when the valuations are comparable.”​

Tobias E. Carlisle, Deep Value: Why Activist Investors and Other Contrarians Battle for Control of Losing Corporations

Who?

Some of the best investors in the world are deep value investors including Warren Buffet and Charlie Munger, Benjamin Graham, Joel Greenblatt, Peter Cundill, Joroen Bos, and Tobias Carlisle.

Where?

Here of course - Inside you will find screens for different value investing formulas.

“We go where there is value, not where everyone else goes. Sometimes the best value is where no one else is at.”

David Herro - Oakmark International Fund

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Pick your plan

How?

Step 1

Choose your list of stocks from the screeners.

Step 2

Build your portfolio of 20-30 stocks.

Step 3

Re-adjust your portfolio. Hold winners for at least one year to qualify for long-term capital gains. Rinse and Repeat

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