Shares InspirationRecently, I have been doing a lot of reading about famous investors, what they can teach us, and consequently the best ways to invest. I've read about the greats of Sir John Templeton, George Soros, Warren Buffett, Charlie Munger, Benjamin Graham, Phillip Fisher, and Peter Lynch. Whilst all the investors differed in their particular investing styles there did appear to be a few trends in investment strategy and personality. Since I have previously looked at the attributes of great investors, I will focus this post on the pattern that emerges from these great investors on when to buy a share.
When to buy a share
- Are profits increasing year on year
- Is the business growing in terms of turnover
- Does the management have a longterm strategy
- How tied up are the managements interest into the business
- Are dividends increasing year on year
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It is better to buy a great company at a fair price than buy a fair company at a great price.Keep that in mind, next time you try to time the market. I know I will.
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