What We Look for When Selling a Business

We will typically sell a company’s stock when our research tells us that its valuation has grown so high that the expected return falls below alternatives, and is well above long-term historical average multiples. Other factors we look for:

  • Economics of the business have deteriorated
  • Security is not performing as we originally believed it would
  • Margin of safety is the difference between the intrinsic value of a stock and its market price
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