Value Growth Investing
The research contained is
extremely methodical, and has a very unique ranking strategy for
about 150 stocks. The stocks where hand picked by flipping
through every page of 'Value Line's' large cap book multiple
times. (2,000+ pages) Only the very best where picked based on
a 10 year period of steady book value growth, low dilution, and
dividends if applicable. What is left for the reader to do is
find the companies with a "durable competitive advantage", and
wait until they get cheap.
Stocks are ranked like this:
1) 'Book Value Growth' for the last 10 years.
2) Dilution or share buyback for the last 10 years.
3) Median pe ratio for last 10 years (for a starting point in
7.5+sm.div, 1.05, 23
-XYZ corp grew it's book value 7.5
times in the last 10 years while paying a small dividend,
-They have just 5% more shares outstanding than they did 10
-There median pe ratio for the last 10 years is 23.
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