To the hunter go the spoils

Being popular shouldn't be high on the value investor’s wish list. Instead, they tend to find themselves heading in the opposite direction to the crowds.During market booms, whilst the rest of the market is celebrating their effortless gains with confetti cannon and expensive champagne, the value investor is sitting alone in a dark corner sulking with a glass of water (no slice of lemon obviously - too expensive).On the other hand, when the market has dropped significantly, value investors risk being seen as the people dancing and singing during a funeral.Mostly, however, value investors are neither overly exuberant nor pessimistic. They just...

Being popular shouldn't be high on the value investor’s wish list. Instead, they tend to find themselves heading in the opposite direction to the crowds.

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