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🏰 Investing explained to kids
In this series, I’ll teach you 5 things about the stock market in less than 5 minutes.
1️⃣ Investing explained to kids
Everyone should invest in stocks. It’s the best way to create wealth.
Here’s the concept of investing explained to kids:
2️⃣ Accounting Ratios
Ratios can make your life a lot easier as an investor.
Here are 10 accounting ratios everyone should know
3️⃣ One simple investment quote
To lead a successful life, the most important thing is to avoid doing stupid things.
Charlie Munger beautifully sums it up here:
"My partner Charlie Munger says there is only three ways a smart person can go broke: liquor, ladies and leverage" - Warren Buffett
4️⃣ Balance Sheet KPIs
Accounting is the language of business.
5️⃣ Example of a Quality Company
Brown & Brown provides a range of insurance and reinsurance products and services. The Company also provides risk management, employee benefit administration, and managed health care services.
FCF Margin: 23.2%
FCF Yield: 4.6%
Exp. FCF Growth (3 yr): 11.2%
CAGR since IPO: 19.3%
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Compounding Quality is a professional investor which manages a worldwide equity fund with more than $150 million in Assets Under Management. I’ve read over 500 investment books and spend more than 50 hours per week researching stocks.