Value Investors During a Recession Valuing Businesses

Value Stocks

Most stock market experts would define a value stock as one that is priced too low when you compare its earnings and book value, per share, to other companies in the same industry. Put another way, its financial strength indicates that the stock price is a bargain. However, not every "value" stock is a good value. Rather than bargain, sometimes it's just half-priced junk.