Bargain Hunters, Contrarians, Cycles and Waves
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Date: April 2006
Duration: 2 hours 36 minutes
Jean Paul Getty and John Templeton are great examples of “bargain hunters” or “contrarians,” who seek to find promising stocks that are out of favor or fashion—and therefore undervalued. Slightly different are those who study cycles and waves to determine regular and (hopefully) predictable patterns of favor and disfavor in the market.
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