Value investors engage in certain behaviors that separate them from all others. Searching for unpopular or off-the-beaten-track strategies is one of these behaviors.One such strategy is the search for profitable corporate events, and one such event is known as a “spinoff.”
Risk arbitrage investing represents a perfect example of a strategy that — maybe counterintuitively to some — should fall under the value investing umbrella.
This article on The Best Acquirer's Multiple Stock of 2018 was written by Colin Richardson. Colin is a private investor based in Alberta, Canada. He focuses on applying a quantitative strategy to eliminate behavioral biases in his personal account. Article image (Creative Commons) by Daniel Wehner, edited by Broken Leg Investing. The year was 1951, and a Read more about Deep Value Investing Books You Have To Read[…]
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