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The Bottom Line 1. Buying a share of stock means that you own a tiny—okay, really tiny—piece of the business. 2. The value of a business is equal to all the cash it will generate in the future. indd 13 1/26/08 3:05:58 AM [14] T H E L I T T L E B O O K T H AT B U I L D S W E A LT H 3. A business that can profitably generate cash for a long time is worth more today than a business that may be profitable only for a short time. 4. Return on capital is the best way to judge a company’s profitability.

Indd 36 1/26/08 3:07:01 AM I N TA N G I B L E A S S E T S [37] In short, if you can find a company that can price like a monopoly without being regulated like one, you’ve probably found a company with a wide economic moat. The bond-rating industry is a great example of leveraging a regulatory advantage into a near-monopolistic position. ” So, right away, any potential competitor to the incumbents knows that it will need to undergo an onerous regulatory inspection if it wants to compete in this industry.

Although there hasn’t been a new refinery built in the United States for decades, and local approvals for expansions of existing refineries are pretty tough to come by, the economic situation of a refinery isn’t nearly as good as that of a landfill or quarry. The reason is simple: Refined gasoline has a much higher value-to-weight ratio, and it can also be moved very cheaply via pipelines. So, if a refinery tried to raise prices in a particular area, gasoline from more distant refineries would flow into the locality to take advantage of the higher prices.

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