This entry is a follow-up to my last investing blog where I discussed the general principle of gaining an edge in the stock market. In this blog, we’re going to talk about specific market-beating strategies. As per the last blog, this one will assume that: (a) you’re trying to beat the market; (b) you’re doing this by value investing in microcaps. Your goal is to find companies that are worth more than their market price. The market price is called “market capitalization” and is equal to the number of shares times the price per share. A company with 10 million shares trading at $5 per share has a market cap of $50M. If that company is worth significantly more than $50M, you should buy it. If it’s worth less, you shouldn’t. (You could in fact short it, betting on a price decrease.) So how do you decide what the company is actually worth? Fortunately, … [Read More...]
Collin Moshman graduated from Caltech in 2003 with a degree in theoretical math prior to becoming a professional online sit 'n go player. He is the author of best-selling poker strategy books Sit 'n Go Strategy,
Heads-Up No-Limit Hold 'em, and The Math of Hold'em. Collin is also the lead SNG coach for Cardrunners and Pokerstrategy. He lives in Mexico with his wife Katie and dog Wilbur, playing on Pokerstars as tfnc314.