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#TweetStorm - Expensive or deserves to be Expensive ? 1)One thumb rule for screening expensive companies is Market Cap to Sales or Enterprise Value to Sales. A 10x or more is generally expensive unless the company can grow sales rapidly or has extremely high Net Profit Margins.
2)Another way to look at expensive is if the Market Cap is equal to the Total Sales of the Addressable Market Size. This would lead to company having to launch different products in the future.
3)May not be the approach to take a Sell Decision or a Short Sell Decision. Very few companies can command such high valuations. Thumb Rule is just to review the investment thesis and the quality of the business. If doubts on quality , get out.
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“When a management with a reputation for brilliance tackles a business with a reputation for poor fundamental economics, it is the reputation of the business that remains intact.” – Warren Buffett

Aim to formulate a thread on Sector - Attractiveness & Repulsiveness!
Michael Porter’s 5 forces that shape the Industry’s Structure:

1.Competitive Intensity (Rivalry)

2.Bargaining power of Firms relative to their Suppliers and Buyers

3.Threat of new Entrants

4.Threat of Substitutes

5.Value of product / services to Buyers / Customers
Few Sectors in the “Organized” space have transformed from being Oligopolistic to Hypercompetitive (or Jurassic as I prefer to call them 😊).

Jurassic pockets with near-perfect competition are:

- Great for consumers 🙌
- Unappealing for investors 💣 (e.g. branded Air Coolers)
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