Google Growing & Growing!



I define high growth stocks as companies growing earnings at 15% or faster. Shareholder returns will closely correlate to the rate of change of earnings growth a company achieves as long as valuation is in line. If valuation is high, returns will be lower than growth. If valuation is low, returns will be higher than […]

Buying Earnings, Not Stocks!



I advocate investing in the business, not the stock. Therefore, I am buying the earnings power of the business. In the long-run earnings determine market price. I consider this a law of investing. It’s really based on mathematics, or more precisely compounding. When looking for growth, I seek a rate of 15% or better. This […]

Optimism Prevails!



“No pessimist ever discovered the secret of the stars, or sailed to an uncharted land, or opened a new doorway for the human spirit.” Helen Keller When you think about it, the case for optimism is compelling. Doom and gloom is always over-rated. If it wasn’t, the world economies would have collapsed long ago. They […]

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