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Sean Hyman
Sean Hyman

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The debt load, when we enter a stock typically cannot be above 50% of its market cap. Ideally, it's 33% (1/3rd) of their market cap or less.

Sean Hyman
Sean Hyman

Editor

If it rises above that level as we're holding it, though, we don't sell. Why? The debt load is a long-term problem that has to be fixed, and we're typically holding stocks for 2-4 years on average, which typically doesn't allow its debt-load problem to "come home to roost" within our holding period.



shmcc2000
shmcc2000
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