【Thursday Special】How to pick quality companies when it is in the dip?
Welcome to this week's Thursday Special!
After the Japanese stock broke through the record high this week, well-known investment banks are still bullish on the future of the market, this potential stock to "one of the best"?
Soaring more than 500 billion Warren Buffett's bullish Japanese stocks are really going to turn the tide?
So, today’s topic is “How to pick quality companies when it is in the dip?”
You may find some clues from
- Margins above industry
- Cash conversion
- Interest coverage
- FCF yield > Risk-Free Rate
- Low dilution
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Once the market has squeezed out the bubble and digested high valuations, it's time to look for quality companies that are worth investing in.
Stable and growing earnings, high return on equity (ROE), high dividend yield, and positive cash flows are common indicators of a company’s financial success, indicating that the company could be a good investment.
Hope this helps!
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