Ben Graham's net net stock strategy has shown outstanding returns since the 1930s and it was developed for small investors like you and me.
1. Academic studies have shown returns from 20 to 42% per year depending on the kind of net nets you focus on.
2. The strategy works by focusing on buying financially solid companies that have been beaten down to rediculously cheap prices.
3. Net nets are found among the market's smallest companies, allowing small investors to completely sidestep sophisticated professional competition to earn outstanding returns.
4. This strategy is simple. If you can multiply and divide then you can use Graham's net net stock study to earn great returns.
1 Net Current Asset Value Investment Defined
2 Six Exceptional Net Net Stock Studies
3 Why People Avoid Buying Net Net Stocks
4 My Own Net Net Stock Portfolio Returns
5 Why Does Net Net Stock Investing Work So Well?
6 My Core7 Scorecard: The Foundation of My Strategy
7 My Attitude Towards Money Losing Net Net Stocks
8 Why Chinese Stocks Are Financial Poison
9 How Burn Rate Reduces Risk and Increases Profit Potential
10 Market Cap: Don’t Kill Your Small Investor Advantage
11 How the Penny Stock Prince Could Butcher Your Portfolio
12 How Insider Ownership Leads to Massive Returns
13 GTSI Corp’s Obvious Catalyst Earned Me 85% in 5 Months
14 How Debt Killed Albemarle & Bond Holdings
15 Share Buybacks: Befriend the Cannibals
16 Case Study: The Perfect Net Net Stock
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Our Scorecard lays out the bare facts, but Retire Young & Rich shows you how and why we do what we do through 97 pages of thorough discussion.
Net Net stocks only surface in specific areas of the global markets. Learn where these are, why it happens, and how this gives small investors a powerful advantage.
I’ll show you exactly how I have done with my own net net stock portfolio as well as the major mistakes I’ve made.
We highlight 6 major studies covering 39 years worth of data to show you how these stocks do in different time periods in different markets around the globe.
Peer in on two detailed research studies covering 26 pages to see exactly what goes through my mind when picking my own net net stocks.
Good question! Retire Young & Rich will show you how to completely side step liquidity problems and large bid ask spreads to put together a portfolio of high potential stocks. While this is a common concern, the solution is very simple.
Unfortunately, no. While I’m open to offering this in the future, right now it only comes in digital format. I selected a PDF format so you can use the guide on your phone, tablet, or computer.
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If you’re unsure whether it’s worth purchasing, remember that the investment profits you could inevitably make could amount to hundreds of thousands of dollars, while you would only lose $70 if it didn’t work out. That’s a smart bet.
You don’t have to buy international net nets, but your returns will suffer significantly if you don’t. The best net net stocks are often located internationally and you will only have a handful of net nets to choose from if you stick with domestic stocks. Buying and selling foreign stocks is no different from buying stocks in your own country. I include examples of foreign stocks I’ve bought in Retire Young & Rich.
No, but this is a common misconception. In my Retire Young & Rich net net stock guide, I discuss research papers that have dissected the returns of international net nets. The results are fantastic. A much bigger concern is not having enough high quality net nets to invest in because you’re sticking with your own domestic market.
Actually, I’ll show you why you should ignore the term “penny stock” and just focus on the quality of the investment opportunity instead. In the end, it doesn’t really matter if the shares are priced above or below $1 so long as you are focusing on great investment opportunities backed by solid value.
All net net stocks look ugly. You will never find a good company trading below net current asset value because these insanely cheap valuations are the result of small size and business problems. In Retire Young & Rich I’ll show you why ugly stocks produce beautiful returns. Expect between 70 and 80% of firms to work out. Ultimately, this success rate has helped net net stocks return between 20 and 42% over the long run.
It’s all up to you! If you want the best returns, returns near 35%, you have to put a significant amount of work into screening your net net stocks and identifying the best candidates, then execute the strategy well. If you lack the skill to do in depth research, put together a diverse basket of net net stocks. This strategy should produce average annual returns of 20%+ over the long run and will be much easier to execute.
In both situations, learning, developing strong emotional intelligence, and executing the strategy well are critical to your long term results. Retire Young & Rich will help you learn the strategy, and I help Net Net Hunter members develop emotional intelligence and apply the strategy well.
It really depends on what the overall market does. Net nets tend to return 10 to 15% above the market return, as a group, but with market drops greater than 20% they tend to match the market on the downside. The nice thing about net net stock investing, though, is that we’re always concentrating our holdings in beaten down markets. This limits the size of market drops in the markets we’re invested in.
I agree, it can be. The best thing for you to do is to join Net Net Hunter, rather than buy the net net stock guide, so I can help you execute the strategy.
This is a different sort of investing than Buffett’s modern buy-and-hold-forever strategy. In fact, since you’re diversifying heavily and leveraging the group returns, you don’t have to know much at all about the company or the company’s industry. This is a mechanical investment strategy, which is a huge advantage for small private investors.
If you have Warren Buffett like skill, can find good growing companies trading at a large discount before everybody else does, and a history of 20%+ yearly returns, I advise you to stick with Buffett’s contemporary buy-and-hold-forever strategy. I don’t have Buffett’s skill, so the best thing for me to do is to adopt the best mechanical investment strategy possible. That’s strategy is Graham’s net net stock strategy. Using the strategy should help me nail down average annual 25% returns after tax over the course of my life.
Only a small number of money managers beat the market by a large margin by buying great companies, and even Seth Klarman doesn’t think he can do it. Before deciding how you should invest, you need to take an honest look at yourself and ask if your own skills are within the top 5% of professional money managers. If not, adopt a mechanical investment strategy.
Academic studies and industry white papers have shown that the average return of net net stocks as a group over the long run is between 20 and 42% per year. I highlight these studies in my Retire Young & Rich net net stock guide. By leveraging the statistical performance of net nets as a whole, buying only those net nets with characteristics strongly correlated with outperforming net nets as a group, and executing the strategy well, at minimum I expect to achieve a return in line with the bottom range of net net stock returns, or roughly 25% over the long run.
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