BUY AND HOLD STOCKS
• Value stocks are typically believed to
be undervalued by the stock market. • Good candidates are often firmly established companies with solid earnings whose potential has not yet been recognised. • A value stock investor strives to buy shares of these companies at bargain prices with the expectation that the broader market will eventually realise the companies are good investments, potentially causing the share prices to rise. • Value stocks may or may not be good
sources of dividends.