Value Investing

An investment strategy which seeks to buy shares in companies that the market has undervalued - aka buying shares for less than you think they are worth 

Venture Capital

Money typically invested in a new or expanding businesses that are believed to have long-term growth potential but, at the same time, carry a substantial element of risk. 



A measure of how much the price of a stock, commodity, bond or any other investment has moved or could potentially move. Usually this is described as a range of prices, above and below the current price, and is used to predict the potential gain or loss (aka risk).  

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