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Price is what you pay, value is what you get

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October 08, 2013 – Comments (3) | RELATED TICKERS: KO , WMT , CL

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In my dividend investing, I typically try to focus on the big picture. This means that in most cases I tend to ignore short-term fluctuation in stock prices. This is because short-term prices are usually driven by fear and greed, and might be totally out of line with the underlying fundamentals of a business for extended periods of time. For example, during the global financial crisis,... 

 

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#1) On October 08, 2013 at 12:45 PM, sagitarius84 (33.79) wrote:

I am big subscriber to the value investing strategy that you should focus on value you get, for the minimum price you can pay. Do you believe that value in relation to price you pay is important?

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#2) On October 08, 2013 at 9:02 PM, HarryCarysGhost (99.69) wrote:

 I think there's something to be said for DCA into solid stocks. Takes the guessing out of Mr. Markets wild gyrations.

If there happens to be a Market sell off due to the clownery in Washington. (like now) your buying your shares on the cheap.

When things are all smelling rosy, your still buying more shares with your dividends bought for just silly cost basis.

Cheers.

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#3) On October 10, 2013 at 11:42 AM, sagitarius84 (33.79) wrote:

Yeah, DCA makes a lot of sense. It removes some emotion out of investing, and makes sure you buy even when it is scary ( and actually is the best time to buy)

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