Every year we strive to share our thought process on the challenges being faced by us in our journey of value investing.
This time we build upon the capacity to suffer framework discussed in the post published before
Just to refresh….
Capacity to suffer is the management’s ability to endure through early burdens on reported profits in short run in order to advance their long term competitive advantage.“Capacity to Suffer” is a key ingredient for long term wealth creation and one must not make the mistake of punishing companies in the short run for choosing pain to develop long term competitive advantage.
The ppt was presented at various forums like IIF and TIA Chennai’s 20-20 Ideas Meet.
A condensed version of this presentation was also presented at October Quest forum by me jointly with my dear investor friend Abhinav Mansinghka
We would again like to draw the reader to have a look at disclaimer attached at the end with respect to the stocks being discussed. The stocks (businesses) being discussed are clearly to be seen in the light of understanding the concept and at no point to be construed as an investment recommendation. We are not SEBI registered Analysts.
Here is a link of the video of the presentation made at TIA Chennai 20-20 Ideas Meet
We look forward to your comments and suggestions on how we can further improve this process…
PFA the PPT below
To download the Presentation- Please visit this link
The author (Mr. Ashish Kila) would like to thank his entire team at Perfect Research & his investor friend Abhinav Mansinghka for their extensive help in preparation of the above note.
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