Does Value Investing Work Anywhere In The World?
I’ve gotten the above question a TON lately. So I wanted to answer it for you in the short video below.
In short for those who don’t want to watch the 9-minute video…
- Yes, value investing SHOULD work anywhere in the world…
- But, there are places it doesn’t for specific reasons.
- And there are times where it works better and worse than others.
I talk about the first two things above in the video but forgot to talk about the last one so I’ll do that in the next episode.
And something else I forgot to mention in the above video is that the company HAS to have financial statements in English as well.
Because while I wouldn’t mind trusting Google Translate when it comes to works of fiction where I can miss a few words here and there.
When it comes to a technical document like financial reports I read every single word. And need to know that those words are correct and not just Google Translate or some algorithm guessing.
Below is a brief summary of some of the other things I talk about in the video above.
- An exception proving the rule above
- Companies selling at 70% net cash.
- Countries where I’ve talked with other investors from around the world.
- Fat pitches.
- 23 countries represented on my watchlist.
- And more.
I’d love to hear your thoughts on this topic in the comments below because I know MOST investors and value investors only focus on the United States so I’m in the minority here.
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