Compounding Quality has a true passion for investing and helping other investors. He aims to invest in the best companies in the world as it's far better to buy a wonderful company at a fair price than a fair company at a wonderful price. Compounding Quality used to work as a professional investor but left his job to help investors with his newsletter. The main reason for this? He was sick of the short-term mindset of Wall Street and wanted to genuinely do the right thing.
In today’s world, there is an information overload. There are only 24 hours in a day and I’m sure you don’t want to spend them all on researching stocks. That’s why when you start looking into a company, you should try to find a reason to say ‘NO’ as soon as possible. When you haven’t found a reason to say ‘NO’ within a few minutes, you might have found something interesting, writes CQ, editor of Compounding Quality.
The best kind of investor? Someone who can do the average when everyone is going crazy. Today we share an interview with Gautam Baid. It will teach you how to think and act during a bear market, writes CQ, editor of Compounding Quality.
As an investor you should always keep improving. Here are my 50 laws to become a better investor, writes CQ, editor of Compounding Quality.