A quick update on a recent purchase in my portfolio. This time, another new position in my portfolio.
As I read and learn more about investing and valuation models, I have come to realize that paying higher attention to Return on Invested Capital (ROIC) (and other similar metrics such as ROE, FCF etc) and qualitative aspects of a company present a better probability of finding compounding machines. A good read on this topic is a blog post from Intrinsic Investing about finding the next ROIC machines. As outlined towards the end, investors should look for companies that have economic moats, owner-operators, intrinsically understandable & sound business model, and value accretive to all stakeholders. I believe this new addition to my portfolio checks all those boxes and is a good candidate for a long term compounder.Continue reading