Over a period of time, investors have developed many styles to manage their investment. These styles are called Investment Strategies. While managing your investments in equity and stocks, you may be intuitively following one or more of such strategies. Some of the popular Investment Strategies are:

  1. Averaging Strategy
  2. Contrarian Investment Strategy
  3. Succeeding in Drips
  4. The Earnings Revision Effect
  5. Graham & Dodd Value Approach
  6. Growth Stock Investment Strategy
  7. Investment Club Strategy
  8. Last Wave Strategy
  9. Lowry’s Eclipse Investing Strategy
  10. Low-Skewness Effect
  11. Phoenix Approach
  12. Renshaw Risk-Determined Forecasting Technique
  13. Stock Market Ratio Strategy
  14. Super Performance Stocks
  15. Tuccille Dynamic Investing Strategy
  16. Value Line Ranking System
  17. Whitebeck-Kisor Model
  18. 10 Percent Rule

Few words about these theories of Investments, and related concepts and ideas are briefly outlined below. The relevant details pertaining to these theories are also presented in separate write-ups relating to these strategies.


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