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What are the characteristics of monopolies?

A. High and growing market share, which should be significantly higher than the next competitor.

B. Better financial metrics than others in the industry. A higher return on capital deployed will allow them to continue to dominate and expand market share.

C. Look for a sustained advantage that others cannot or have had difficulty replicating. For example, Apple and the iPhone, Potash’s ownership of potash mining sites, and Boeing’s dominance in the new airplane market.

BEING IN THE RIGHT PLACE AT THE RIGHT TIME

The “right place” part of the equation is about finding and investing in companies that dominate their markets — monopolies or near monopolies. Monopolies have an unfair advantage, and that is what leads to such great stock performance. They control their markets, making it difficult or impossible for others to enter. They have unique products that are not easily replicable. Learn more...

INVESTING AT THE RIGHT TIME

The “right time” part of the Monopoly Method is about finding and investing in companies with the right set of growth and thematic opportunities. This increases the probability of a successful investment. Learn more...

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