Knowing the Difference Between Stock Value and Price

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Vitaliy N. Katsenelson CFA is Chief Investment Officer at Investment Management Associates in Denver, Colo. He is the author of Active Value Investing (Wiley 2007) and The Little Book of Sideways Markets (Wiley, 2010).  His books were translated into eight languages.  Forbes Magazine called him “The new Benjamin Graham”.  

The Motley Fool,

Our own Editor Dr. Dave Marcinko recently spoke with Vitaliy, as well as The Motley Fool’s James Early and Rana Pritanjali. Vitaliy explained how he helps investors see the difference between a stock’s value and its price, as well how he assesses macroeconomic trends when investing.


Plus, Vitaliy predicted the next category Apple will disrupt: the automotive industry.

You can listen and read the full interview here.

PS: You can read Manifesto – The Values of Value Investing, here.

I hope you enjoy it  – Ann Miller RN MHA [Managing Editor]


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  1. Post GOP Debate Markets

    According to the Schwab Center for Financial Research, after posting solid gains yesterday, U.S. stocks finished mildly lower in the wake of a slightly softer-than-expected preliminary 3Q GDP report.

    The Street digested a plethora of earnings results, as well as news of a possible mega-merger in the health care sector.

    Treasuries were lower, while additional releases from the domestic docket showed a read on inflation came in cooler than expected and pending home sales surprisingly dropped. Gold and the U.S. dollar were lower and crude oil prices were slightly higher.

    The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) decreased 24 points (0.1%) to 17,756, the S&P 500 Index lost 1 point (0.1%) to 2,089, and the Nasdaq Composite declined 21 points (0.4%) to 5,074. In moderately-heavy volume, 870 million shares were traded on the NYSE and 1.9 billion shares changed hands on the Nasdaq. WTI crude oil increased $0.12 to $46.06 per barrel, wholesale gasoline was flat at $1.34 per gallon, and the Bloomberg gold spot price fell $9.50 to $1,146.60 per ounce.

    Elsewhere, the Dollar Index.a comparison of the U.S. dollar to six major world currencies.was 0.5% lower at 97.29

    Dr. David E. Marcinko MBA


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