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Gross profitability is particularly powerful among popular quality notions, especially among large cap stocks and for long-only investors. Save to Library Save. Create Alert Alert. Share This Paper. Background Citations. Methods Citations. Results Citations.
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Readers of the Seventies hippie bestseller, " Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance " may remember long, interminable digressions into the nature of "Quality". For those that haven't read it, the book describes the author's journey with his son by motorcycle from Minnesota to California. Along the way, the author Robert Pirsig recalls his past self as a young man, who he calls Phaedrus.
Phaedrus is a gifted teacher of creative writing at a small college, who becomes obsessed with the question of what defines good, or "quality". These philosophical investigations eventually drive him insane, leading to him being subjected to a particularly nasty episode of electroshock therapy.
A cautionary tale perhaps for those that spend too much time meditating on Quality - it can hurt your brain. But when it comes to investing, it sure feels like the concept needs a bit of intellectual elbow-grease. There have been reams upon reams written about value investing. About the pros and cons of different value measures. So we know, pretty much inside out, what "cheap" means.
But, in contrast, the concept of "good" is much more fuzzy! Many have noted that Warren Buffett, the world's most famous investor, has evolved from just being a Graham-style bargain value investor to Buffett still likes cheap but he also likes good, high quality businesses.
As he wrote:. But what does he really mean by wonderful? What signals quality? As we've discussed, Buffet-esque Quality is tied up with ideas like a good management team, a differentiated product, a good "economic moat", or barriers to entry. Well yes, but these all seem like rather vague and subjective notions, aren't they?
They lie in the eye of the beholder. One man's first class CEO may be another man's joker. A seemingly unbreachable economic moat may look narrow to someone else. Is there a way of making quality a bit less Is it possible to find quantitative signals that tell us that we're dealing with…. Already have an account? Login here.
Thank you for a thought-provoking article, although like you I am incredibly sceptical about the use of this metric not only for the reasons given above, but also due to problems with the actual meaning of "gross profit" which is vague and so I would dispute the idea that it is a "clean measure". One of the problems is that accounting standards is not prescriptive about the use of the term gross profit, and furthermore allows expenses to be classified in different ways according to either their nature e.
As a result the definition is very subjective and comparing between companies is incredibly problematic. If you actually look at its annual report the term "gross profit" doesn't appear anywhere in the report, never mind in the income statement. So what do the financial databases do in this situation? That sounds incredibly impressive until we take off all the other operating costs an find that its operating margin was a measly 2.
Would you therefore describe AGA as profitable? However, this is not what people might ordinarily think as being "gross profit" since it is not reflective of the profit achieved on sale of merchandise which is far higher.