Bottom Up Investing is an investment theory which takes a dramatically different view of investing if compared to Top Down Investing. It take a micro approach and starts analyzing the individual securities and the firms, moves on to have an idea of the industry. Thereafter, it still moves forward to look deeply into the position of the stock market and the economy in its totality. If positive indications emerge, the investor buys the stocks with which he/she had started the analysis.

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