Investment Principles

  • Our investments will be few in number and simple in concept.  The truly big investment idea can usually be explained in a short paragraph.
  • We like businesses with enduring competitive advantages that are run by able and owner-oriented people.
  • Our goal as investors is simply to purchase, at a sensible price, a part interest in a business whose earnings will be materially higher 5, 10, 20 years from now.
  • Over time we will find only a few companies that meet these standards. When we see one that qualifies, we will look to make meaningful investment.
  • If we can put together a portfolio of companies whose aggregate earnings move upward over the years so will the value of our investment portfolio.
  • We will also resist the temptation to stray from our guidelines and we are prepared to make investments for the long-term.


  • Winning by Jack Welch
  • Buffet by Roger Lowenstein
  • Good to Great by Jim Collins
  • What Management Is by Joan Magretta
  • The Essential Drucker by Peter F. Drucker
  • Advanced Selling Strategies by Brian Tracy
  • The Intelligent Investor by Benjamin Graham
  • Reminiscences of a Stock Operator by Edwin Lefevre
  • The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership by John Maxell
  • How to Win Friends & Influence People by Dale Carnegie

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