Sean Stannard-Stockton, President and Chief Investment Officer of Ensemble Capital Management, joined the MOI Global community at Latticework New York 2019, held at the Yale Club in September.
Sean illustrated why Buffett rejected “tech” investing in 1999 and is embracing it now — Buffett has gone so far as to say he wants the Berkshire portfolio to look more like “FAANG” (Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix, Google).
Sean asserted that the phrase “tech investing” or “tech stocks” is misleading. A focus on cash flow production and moats shows why FAANG is aligned with a Buffett-inspired philosophy.
Sean dove into several companies, including Netflix, Landstar, and Mastercard, to highlight how those tech-enabled businesses generate sustainable cash flow streams in ways that “tech stocks” of the past did not.
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