Value Investing Masterclass + Financial Freedom + ESG [Prev]
Value Investing Masterclass + Financial Freedom + ESG [Prev], Discover the synthesis of Value Investing with Financial Freedom, Sustainable Investing (ESG) and Recession Investing.
Online course 1 of 4:
The Value Investing Journey
“Price is what you pay, value is what you get”.
This quote from Benjamin Graham implies that there can be a big difference between the share price of a company and its actual value. Since the market tends to be irrational in the short run, there are always some companies which are overvalued and some companies which are undervalued referring to their intrinsic value.
How to identify and select undervalued companies is one of the key concepts of this online course about value investing.
Online course 2 of 4:
Towards Financial Freedom and Beyond
“If you don’t find a way to make money while you sleep, you will work until you die.”
This quote from legendary value investor Warren Buffett shows impressively how important it is to build passive streams of income and why financial freedom should be the overall goal of personal finance.
In this online course, you will get a broader overview about what it needs to reach financial freedom.
Online course 3 of 4:
Sustainable Investing and ESG for Value Investors
Sustainable Investing and ESG are more than just temporary trends at the financial markets.
They are essential to transform our global economy and get back into balance with our planet earth.
Through the combination of sustainable criteria and the financial criteria of conventional value investing, you will be able to build a successful and sustainable portfolio.
Online course 4 of 4:
Stock Market Investing during a Recession
Even if the stock market always increases in the long run, there are many fluctuations and declines on the way.
This scares most people and even keeps them away from investing their savings into the stock market. But it is a huge misconception, since the stock market has offered between 6% and 7% annual return during the last 50 years.
And especially difficult times like recessions offer huge opportunities from the view of a value investor. It allows them to buy great companies for discount prices and profit extraordinarily from the recovery.