Our Investment Philosophy
Our investment philosophy revolves around two principles (1) Value and (2) Financial Strength.
Whether we are looking to take a position for the price of a stock to go up or to go down. Our consideration of a company's current value and financial strength is very telling.
It tells us about opportunity and it tells us about the history of the company's management. It is rare for financial strength to change significantly in less than a year, opportunities regarding the value opportunity of a stock truly can happen over night - due to the emotional nature of the stock market.
We have conviction in the methodology of our process. We do not follow the crowd. We do thorough analysis. We identify price targets before we enter positions. And we introduce time frames for achieving those targets. If we can't reasonably due this, we do not invest.
While, no one can predict the market's future, we think we are pretty good at identifying probabilities for price movement due to our experience and our own aversion to risk.
Think about it. Your personal credit profile is important to businesses that will extend you credit and borrow money. Shouldn't that be important for your investments?