When something is priced high, it is natural to assume it has high value. The world of investment works differently. Retail investors tend to chase highly priced stocks, glibly unaware that they may in fact be buying a stock of low intrinsic value.

Value investment is a school of investing that deals with precisely this phenomenon. This article delves into the nuances and caveats of value investment style.

Read the full article published originally on Financial ExpressYour Money: Measuring a stock’s intrinsic value