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|Last update 2021-07-15||57 Stocks (1 new)|
|Value $7.53 Bil||Turnover 3 %|
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Yacktman Fund Investing Philosophy
Good Business A good business may contain one or more of the following: High market share in principal product and/or service lines; A high cash return on tangible assets; Relatively low capital requirements allowing a business to generate cash while growing; Short customer repurchase cycles and long product cycles; and Unique franchise characteristics. Shareholder-Oriented Management Yacktman believes a shareholder-oriented management does not overcompensate itself and wisely allocates the cash the company generates. Yacktman looks for companies that: Reinvest in the business and still have excess cash; Make synergistic acquisitions; and Buy back stock. Low Purchase Price Yacktman looks for a stock that sells for less than what an investor would pay to buy the whole company. The stock prices of individual companies can vary significantly over short periods of time, and such price movements are not always correlated with changes in company fundamental performance. Accordingly, Yacktman generally prefers to wait for buying opportunities. Such opportunities do not always occur in correlation with overall market performance trends.