WHY (THE NAME) SLEEPY CAPITAL?
Investing takes time and patience. My goal (and hopefully yours to) is to take the simple approach of value investing over the long-haul. Sleepy, in a sense, is attributed to the long-run nature of the strategy but even more so to dispel the complexities and anxieties that often come with investing. My goal is to sleep well and build wealth over time. As you periodically check in on Sleepy Capital, you will find investment recommendations, opinions, personal finance and other related content.
ABOUT THE WRITER
My name is Chris and I’m a financial analyst living in the Midwest. I grew up near Warren Buffet, and always had an interest in finance, investing and capital markets. Outside of finance I enjoy reading (audiobooks too), travel and running. I read about one book per week. If you’re interested in seeing what I’ve been reading, please go to recommended reading.
I started Sleepy Capital in April of 2016 as a way to connect with other investors, refine my process and continue to learn alongside others.
Finding mis-priced out-of-favor securities
- Investing does not have to be complicated – simplifying the process is essential
- Price reduces risk of loss of capital. Price comes first when considering an investment.
- Invest in high quality businesses
- Out-of-favor securities are not always low-quality businesses
- Lower quality businesses must be trading at extremely attractive prices to warrant strong consideration
- Companies have strong market positions with distinct competitive advantages
- Out-of-favor securities are not always losing market positions or losing their competitive advantages
- Invest in undervalued securities, where the current price is at a deep discount to intrinsic business value
- Out-of-favor securities are usually trading at a discount to intrinsic value
- Invest in companies with a strong management team
- The X-Factor in investing
- Reading is extremely important to refining the mind and honing in on investment skills
You may contact me by email here at email@example.com.
Nothing contained on the website constitutes investment advice or offers any opinion with respect to the suitability of any security, and the views expressed on this website should not be taken as advice to buy, sell or hold any security. Responsibility to conduct due diligence on any security mentioned in this blog resides with the reader.