Stock Market Investing Training in Boston

value investing course online bostonJohn Paulson cashed in big time on the housing market crash by predicting it well in advance. Warren Buffett earns unfathomable profits off startups that he sees as valuable when nobody else does. Ray Dalio’s hedge fund earns a nearly 50 percent ROI for all of its clients in an average year. These are three examples of stock investing at its finest.

Clearly, guys like Paulson, Buffett and Dalio are prophets, and the rest of us will never invest as smartly as they do, because their ability to make predictions come from a magical place beyond the comprehension of everyday people like you and I.

Fortunately for us, that’s the furthest thing from the truth.

Let’s take a step backwards. I just mentioned the names of three stock investing legends—names you should know if you want to one day consider yourself a serious investor. I want to focus on one of those names in particular: Warren Buffett.

While John Paulson and Ray Dalio are two of Wall Street’s most brilliant minds, I’m not here to help you predict and short market crashes, or successfully run a hedge fund. I’m here to teach you the art of valuation, and when it comes to that topic, there’s no greater master than Warren Buffett.

The good news is, his methodology isn’t some kind of proprietary insider secret. As a matter of fact, Buffett speaks openly about his model for valuing a company. Nevertheless, to the untrained ear, his raw points can easily get overwhelming and confusing. That’s where we come in.
We believe that there’s plenty of wealth to go around in the stock market, and our goal is to help anyone learn a value investing strategy that works.

Who are we?

Wall Street Value is an online course that helps Boston investors understand Benjamin Graham’s esteemed Value Investing strategy. We will help you win on Wall Street by helping you learn a Value Investing strategy that you can use for years to come.

What Is Value Investing Anyway?

If Warren Buffett is the master of Value Investing, Benjamin Graham is the founder and pioneer. As you would correctly presume, Value Investing places an emphasis on investing in companies based on accurately valuing them. Once you learn the model, you’ll be able to valuate smartly, and from there determine if the company you’re looking at is a smart investment or not.

Why Use the Value Investing System?

There are a thousand and one ways to reach profitability on Wall Street, and no one way is more right than the other. Value Investing is the model that we favor for one reason: because it works. Just look at Warren Buffett, arguably the most successful investor of all time. Value Investing is the method he prefers.

Take Our Online Value Investing Course From the Comfort of Your Boston Home

stock market training bostonThink about it this way: When you go to the grocery store, they give you options, then you make a simple critical analysis and select a product. Many factors play into the item you ultimately choose, but price is one of the biggest. Where it may make sense to purchase the value brand version of X, you might prefer the name brand versions of Y and Z. Would you ever blindly go grocery shopping if they didn’t tell you the price of anything? Of course you wouldn’t. It would be a big chaotic mystery every time you got to the cash register.

Furthermore, sometimes prices increase or decrease. When things go on sale, it makes sense to buy in bulk and get the most bang for your buck. Contrarily, would you pay $20 for a 12-pack of soda? Of course not—you know what the value of that product truly is, and $20 would be a crazy investment to make.

Value Investing is like grocery shopping for stocks in companies. You’ve been shopping for food all your life, so knowing the value of apples, oranges, potatoes and bananas are like the back of your hand by now. We’ll help you apply the same ideology to valuing and investing in companies.

Are you ready to learn value stock investing? Sign up for our online course today to get on your way toward Buffett-level profits. Boston is a long way away from the stock markets on Wall Street, but with the internet at your fingertips, you can become a successful investor from the comfort of your own home.