Extremely wealthy people don't invest in ETF's. They don't buy properties from estate agent listings… They buy into private deals. They buy businesses before they even list on the stock market…
And, they typically do the opposite of what textbooks tell you to do…
They don't invest in hundreds of businesses and ‘diversify' their holdings by industry, country and market… They tend to... ››› more
When it comes to hunting down good companies to invest in, what sort of investment strategy should you follow?
Should you be delving through reams of accounts, calculating key ratios and examining profits? Or is there another way to seek out the best companies for your money?
Some analysts believe that finding a good company to invest in should start from the top. In other words, look at the... ››› more
In your hunt for quality shares to invest in, one of your main concerns is whether you'll get a good return on your money. So you want to find companies who strive at making their business work hard for them. Buying other businesses for instance, may artificially boost profits, but can have short-term effects. You want to find businesses that grow their profits without having to spend lots of mone... ››› more
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