Everyone has a different strategy.
Some investors try to identify steady compounders and keep them as core holdings to complement more opportune investments. Others have built careers on staying away from the fads and buying stocks able to consistently generate above-average earnings and staying power.
In his latest article, @DanLane shares three examples of stocks those quality growth fund managers tend to gravitate towards.
Importantly, these are just illustrations of the theme due to their characteristics so you shouldn’t take them as a recommendation to buy or sell any security. When you invest, your capital is at risk.