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Bottom-up investing is a type of investment strategy in which an investor will place focus on the potential for a share or an investment.

As the focus is placed on the share or investment in question, a bottom-up investing approach will not consider the overall economy or overall sector as much as the individual company itself.

Therefore, specific company performance measures are crucial – understanding its financial position, stability and mechanics behind its products or services are common areas bottom-up investors look to.