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In the second part, I am going to introduce two more cases that I find interesting. Introduction Very often, we can find good investment opportunities in stocks that ชุดเครื่องนอนทิวลิป are avoided or even shorted by many investors who are concerned about some issues the related companies are facing. Sometimes they get it right and the fundamentals of the company deteriorate, with the stock price spiraling down. Other times their thesis is wrong, or the company manages to solve ชุดเครื่องนอน ราคาโรงงาน สีพิ้น the issues. Sometimes the issues fade away thanks to external events. These stocks, which tend to trade at low or depressed multiples, are sometimes mispriced as a result of exaggerated pessimism. One of my favorite stock picking techniques is trying to select the best stocks in this group. I usually focus on stocks with a good market capitalization and that look cheap according to valuation multiples such as P/E and P/FCF. Then, I try to select the ones that have good characteristics from both a quantitative and qualitative perspective.

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