Contrarian Investing

Contrarian investment strategy follows going against the views of the market, i.e. investments made are generally considered to run counter to the usual pattern of investing. For example, contrarian investors are likely to sell shares that are currently favoured and buy shares that are out of favour. They are also likely to prefer sectors, markets, or types of investments that other investors avoid and sell. The basic premise of this strategy is to get a good investment idea before others notice it.

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