One day, I woke up deciding to create a value investing course. Perhaps, what is different about this course is that I talk about activism in stocks with identifiable deep value discounts. These stocks tend to have bloated balance sheets and run inefficiently by western standards of management.

If you are interested in the course, please see the link below. And hopefully, you’d be kind and nice enough to leave a review on what I have taught in the course. The Udemy algorithms require that in order for a course to be a deemed worthy of being promoted. Not that I would like to do it that way but it is really a chicken and egg or an egg and chicken situation with the question being : Which came first?

Anyway, I hope you find the course meaningful and I wish you all the very best in life, whoever you may be.

Blessings,

Kingsley

https://www.udemy.com/course/value-investing-deep-value-investing-for-success/?referralCode=E0A726CA47169E529FC2

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kingsley

I have been an investor for 15 years now and my journey has meandered from Warren Buffett to Ben Graham. My start, like many, really was the naive idea that Buffett's skills could be replicated in some fashion. I was proven wrong when some of the supposed stock picks that I chose had dismal performances. Then, I learnt that it is no point trying to be someone I am not. Gradually, through failure and some success in deep value investing, my approach towards stocks gradually shifted to an approach based around Graham's techniques. So, I give credit where credit is due and to Ben Graham, I and many other investors around the world, owe him a great deal. So, if you want to read up on biographies, read about Ben Graham. His seminal work, Security Analysis is a gem. My books are just rich interpretations of what he has taught.

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