Sean Stannard-Stockton of Ensemble Capital Management joined the MOI Global community for a LIVE Q&A session at our special event, Intelligent Investing in Crisis Mode 2020.
In the conversation below, Sean discusses:
- Why “this time really is different,” but why this doesn’t mean investors should abandon the first principles of their investment process.
- How Ensemble has evaluated whether it is willing to hold a company through the crisis, and why those that make it through will benefit so much.
- How Ensemble is thinking about new long-term trends investors should consider when thinking about business conditions after coronavirus.
We are pleased to open access to this keynote Q&A session to intelligent investors and interested parties globally. Please read the disclaimers below.
Replay this session (recorded on March 31, 2020):
Benefit from the wisdom Sean has shared with members in the past:
- 2020: On Booking Holdings (Nasdaq: BKNG)
- 2019: On Capitalism Without Capital
- 2018: On the Likely Compounders of Tomorrow
- 2017: On Competitive Advantage and Building a Firm
- 2016: On Moats and Idea Generation
About the instructor:
Sean Stannard-Stockton, CFA is the president and chief investment officer of Ensemble Capital Management, and portfolio manager of the Ensemble Fund. In addition to advising the Ensemble Fund, Ensemble Capital manages $900+ million in separate accounts on behalf of high net worth families and institutions. Prior to working at Ensemble Capital, Sean worked at Scudder Investments. He holds a BA in Economics from the University of California, Davis and the Chartered Financial Analyst designation.
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