What do we mean by exponential growth? Good question.
From inception to maturity, every company goes through stages of growth. One of the most important questions every investor should attempt to answer is . . .
What is a company’s current level of revenues relative to its total addressable market?
Most companies experience their highest levels of growth during their earliest years. As they acquire more and more of their total addressable market, growth begins to slow.
Coincidentally, the best stock market performance typically occurs during those early years of growth. Those are the years of exponential growth.
In order to mitigate the risk of investing in young companies, we’ve established metrics that must be evident before we recommend stocks.
To partially illustrate, we insist on a minimum level of annual revenues, a minimum percentage of year-over-year quarterly revenue growth, a unique competitive advantage, and an assessment of how current annual revenues relate to total assessable market; i.e., what is the opportunity for future growth.
Do these metrics work? See for yourself and select the Performance tab above.
Once a company meets all our qualifications, we email that selection to all our subscribers. That email contains all the compelling reasons for making our selection.
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