IFB281: How to Hold a Company Rising Quickly/How We Look for Quality Companies

Welcome to the Investing for Beginners podcast! In today’s episode, we have another round of great listener questions! As always, we love having these kind of questions directed in our way and this time it’s about a problem every investor wants to have while the other one will be on characteristics to look for in a healthy business so listen on!

Timestamps of the episode:

-A high class problem to have: what to do when a holding of yours increases significantly. [01:45]

-Trimming your flowers and watering the weeds is a balancing act that is hard to pull. [07:40]

-Practical rules in identifying a healthy business. Business case study: Watsco $WSO [12:28]

-The return of invested capital (ROIC as mostly known) is one of the best metric to gauge the efficiency of a business to allocate capital. [20:10]

-The price you pay still matter even if it’s a great business. [24:37]

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