We live in an increasingly short-termist world, awash with information and demands for instant gratification. But successful investing is often about patience. I believe there is an edge to be gained in owning stocks for the long term where no immediate catalyst can be identified.
We seek out quality companies that achieve sustainably above-average returns on invested capital. This attribute is particularly rewarding when combined with growth that allows for a compounding effect, as the cash generated by such companies is either reinvested in the business, or returned to investors for reinvestment.
Identifying such companies isn’t simple, but the real [...]
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