Mention Coca-Cola, Wal-Mart and Johnson & Johnson and the first thing that might come to mind is…
They're some of the biggest and leading companies in the world.
They're popular brands around most parts of the world.
And they've made plenty of savvy investors very wealthy.
For example, A R10,000 investment into J&J shares in 1970 would be worth in the millions today.
And if y... ››› more
For a share to perform well in your long-term portfolio, an enduring competitive advantage will stand it in good stead. A competitive advantage means that the company has a unique aspect that sets it apart from other businesses. Read on to find out why the shares in your long-term portfolio should have a competitive advantage…
What is an enduring, competitive advantage? It's something that... ››› more
This simple idea won't make you a better investor overnight. But understanding it will give you an advantage over other investors. It will put you in the company of legendary investors like Warren Buffett and John Templeton who have made billions of dollars by relying on it. Read on to find out why uncovering a company with a competitive advantage could mean you're onto a winner…
Legendary inv... ››› more
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