Investors can identify quality companies by looking for six features: high recurrent return on equity, self-funded growth from operating cashflows, earnings...

David Walker

Clime Asset Management

Investors can identify quality companies by looking for six features: high recurrent return on equity, self-funded growth from operating cashflows, earnings sensibly apportioned between dividends and reinvestment, less cyclical or secular growth, competent and shareholder-friendly management, and moderate to no gearing. It is possible to prove quality companies outperform by comparing the performance of indexes of companies with strong and poor financial health. Read the full article: (VIEW LINK)


David Walker
David Walker
Senior Equities Analyst
Clime Asset Management

David is responsible for equities commentary and editorial content on StocksInValue. He has over 14 years' experience in equities research, funds management, general investment advice and online publishing.

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