The Value Perspective: Warren Buffett's key tenets of value investing

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Andy Evans: "Never lose sight of the basic truth that you will be buying a share of a business – not simply a piece of paper that goes up and down in value."
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Andy Evans: "Never lose sight of the basic truth that you will be buying a share of a business – not simply a piece of paper that goes up and down in value."

Wherever you see yourself sitting in the broad church that is value investing, writes Andy Evans, it is well worth reminding yourself what Warren Buffett has pinpointed as the discipline's three main tenets

Value investing is a broad church and its fundamental principles offer enough scope for its ‘congregation' to adopt a variety of approaches. One of the best illustrations of this is the way value's most...

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