One of the best ways to gather investment ideas is – ‘to be observant of recurring purchases that we make in our daily lives.’.
Suppose we pay to use a product or a service regularly. In that case, the company is likely a cash cow, and I would check to see if it is a subsidiary or an associate of a public listed corporation. If it is, I will proceed to study its business model and assess its fundamental qualities.
Of course, if I like the business and the valuation is proper, I would invest.
That’s what I did with Costco.
In this webinar, I presented a post-mortem case study on my investments in Costco.
- An explanation of Costco’s Business Model
- Revealing the Financial and Operational Statistics of Costco.
- Its Investment Risks and Growth Opportunities
- The Valuation at the Point of My Investments into Costco.
- Aftermath: What Happened after I invested in Costco?