Advisors and investors: Do you evaluate managers on a three-to five-year horizon? If not, you may want to try because that’s how long it takes for a bottom-up strategy to bear fruit.
As bottom-up investors, when we buy a stock, it means we are investing in a business. Before you consider buying, ask yourself if the business has these three essentials:
- Sustainable competitive advantage
- High-quality management
- Attractive valuations
I explain what each of these essentials mean in a recent interview I had with Advisor.ca.
Read the full article to learn more, along with investment opportunities in industrial automation and tech services, risks, and advice for advisors and investors.
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Note: The company mentioned in the article was selected for illustrative purposes only and are not intended to convey specific investment advice.
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