Robur Capital uses value-investing reasoning and acquired knowledge (built over many years, from 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 40 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 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 portofolio positions with careful stop-loss orders.