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  • Building An Income Portfolio [View article]
    To make this strategy more efficient, I suggest you check out "Relative Dividend Yield" strategy.
    It would also help you make decisions if you need to replace something going further...
    Jan 15 05:24 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • A Method For Investors To Identify Companies With Competitive Advantages [View article]
    EBIT ratio should ideally be more than 7 - that's what I like to see along with the other criteria you mentioned.
    If the business is capable enough of generating a good ROIC, then taking on some debt may not harm, as long as, EBIT to I ratio is under control. What I like to see is that Debt should Serve rather than becoming a burden.
    A good EBIT ratio would also mean that the business can pay off the principal comfortably. I don't think a business with EBIT ratio of 2 or lil more than that can comfortably pay off debt.
    Jan 8 04:30 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment