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GKN passes   / 9 of the Buffettology-esque Historical Growth Screen Strategy.
History Warren Buffett Historical Growth is a quality investing strategy inspired by an interpretation of Warren Buffett's investment approach by Mary Buffett and David Clark in their book, The New Buffettology. It is a strategy that combines Buffett's focus on value and business quality. To work out whether the stock is reasonably valued, the strategy uses historical earnings growth; the higher that growth rate is, the more likely it is that the company has a durable competitive advantage. The strategy also looks for low debt and a high earnings yield, return on equity and return on capital employed. In The New Buffettology, Mary Buffett and David Clark explain: "Historical per share earnings that are both strong and show an upward trend indicate a durable competitive advantage." Remember, Buffett is famous for looking beyond financial measures when examining the quality of a business franchise. more »

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EPS Gwth Streak > 4
ROE % 5y Avg > 15
ROCE % 5y Avg > 12
Long Term Debt < 5 * Net Profit before Extraords
Price 5y CAGR % > 0
NAV PS 5y CAGR % > 0
Earnings Yield % Last Yr > 3
Exp. Return (Hist Gwth) > 15
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