Thoughts on Investment and Money built on a Christ-Centered Mindset


Investing in the Past Tense or Present Tense?

Done well, or Doing well?

It is easy to get excited about how a company has done well and therefore chase winners. Indeed, good historical financial results will form the basis for shortlisting what could be a great company.

Good results show a company has DONE well. Its moat tells you whether it will continue DOING well.

Of course, the above only answers the 1st of 2 questions I always ask. WHAT to invest in. There is still the PRICE to pay (ie valuation).

Are you living in the PAST TENSE, or investing in the FUTURE TENSE? 😉

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