Deep Value Investing

Deep value investing is a strategy characterized by investing in stocks that are significantly undervalued based on their intrinsic worth. It is a useful strategy to select stocks that have been unfairly punished by the market and are well-positioned for a rebound.


  • Deep value investing is the process of buying stocks or bonds for well below a conservative assessment of their net worth.

  • Two elements are to be considered — a large margin of safety and a conservative valuation methodology.

  • Deep value investors make their money by sifting through the market's noise and pessimism to find stocks that the market has mispriced.