How do you decide if a stock will be a good investment?

Investors' answers to this question usually fall into one of three categories:

  1. Indexing – No one can answer this question
  2. Quantitative Data Crunching – Looking at objective metrics and tangible assets
  3. Fundamental Qualitative Investing – Looking at both objective metrics AND intangible qualities

Director of Education @ShaunMorgan walks through how Eventide seeks to identify early indicators of a company’s long-term success.

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