Blue Point News

When Does A Good Investment Become a Bad Investment?

February 21, 2020 | By Niall O'Malley

A good investment becomes a bad investment when it becomes evident to the buyer that they overpaid. This concept applies not only to individual investors, but also in the case of share buybacks, when a company overpays for shares. Typically, share buybacks are used by a company to return earnings to shareholders.

View PDF   Back to Previous

View Complete Feed

Way Points Quarterly
Read Current Issue

Sign-up for Email Updates

Receive Blue Point's quarterly commentary and related information.

Market Structure & Enhancing Returns

Oct. 8, 2015 | Presentation to CFA Society Virginia at Richmond's Center Stage

How is Blue Point Different?

Blue Point Investment Management

6115 Falls Road, Suite 101, Baltimore, MD 21209

Phone (443) 600-8050 | Email

Quck Links

About | Portfolio Manager | Way Points | Process | Strategy | Alignment | Schwab | Contact

 

Copyright © 2020 Blue Point Investment Management, LLC.

All rights reserved.

Privacy Policy | Disclosures