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  • Ankur Kapur

How to pick quality stocks for long-term investing?

There are many ways to invest in the stock market. And each method has its merit and nuances. There is no reason anyone can claim one method as superior to others. However, you can’t be good in all forms of investing.

You can make money by investing in high-quality companies. However, you can also make money by identifying mispricing in low-quality cyclical companies. This article is focused on identifying high-quality companies that have had public information for at least ten years.

You can read the articles in a sequence to understand the process better. However, if read without a sequence, each article is complete in itself. At the outset, I would like to inform you that the purpose of these articles is to be relevant for finance and non-finance readers.

  1. Myths of being a good stock investor

  2. Shortlist high-quality businesses

  3. Historical performance

  4. Analyze financial statements

  5. Accounting gimmicks

  6. Identifying the ‘economic’ moat

  7. Price for a high-quality business

  8. Value based on assets

  9. Cost of capital

  10. Value of growth

  11. Snowball


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