Robur Capital uses value-investing reasoning and acquired knowledge (built over many years, from studying a company’s history) in order to select strong companies for long-term investment. “Strong companies” are those whose future earnings potential and asset values match or exceed the stocks’ current market prices. Even more importantly: Strong companies provide essential goods or services.
Robur Capital actively follows 25 or fewer companies in order to manage its long-term buy-and-hold portfolio. Because of its exclusive commitment to a long-term buy-and-hold portfolio, with a large holding in cash equivalents, during its periodic company reviews Robur Capital generally decides not to buy or sell stocks in large tranches.
When Robur Capital decides to buy or sell a stock, it does so gradually and in small steps, over many months or several years. Its investment decisions are particularly mindful of Federal Income Tax treatments for short-term and long-term capital gains. It protects its portfolio positions with careful stop-loss orders.