We all know people who tend to overreact. Did your mum really have to report you missing just because you didn't return her calls for a couple of days? Value investors use the market's overreactions to both good and bad news to their advantage ...
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Volatility is as simple as it sounds. It's a measure of how wildly the price of an investment fluctuates. A high volatility investment is considered more risky. There's greater chance of you facing a loss or a lower return than you'd hoped for if you need to sell during one of those many low points ...