This article is authored by MOI Global instructor Todd Wenning, a senior investment analyst at Ensemble Capital Management, based in Burlingame, California. Visit Ensemble’s Intrinsic Investing website for additional insights.
One of our favorite investing scenarios is finding a company with a remarkable culture taking share from incumbents that seem unwilling or unable to change.
We’ve talked about identifying companies with virtuous corporate cultures, but today we’ll discuss the other side of the equation: incumbent laziness.
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About The Author: Todd Wenning, CFA
Todd is a senior investment analyst at Ensemble Capital. Before joining Ensemble, Todd was an analyst at Johnson Investment Counsel, where he worked on the firm’s SMID cap strategy. Prior to that, Todd was a sell-side analyst at Morningstar, where he led Morningstar’s equity stewardship methodology and covered companies in the basic materials, industrials, and consumer sectors. Earlier in his career, Todd worked for The Motley Fool, SunTrust Asset Management, and Vanguard. He holds a BA in History from Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia and the Chartered Financial Analyst designation.
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