The Motley Fool’s Second Interview with Sean Stannard-Stockton

29 April 2019 | by Todd Wenning, CFA

Following up on a 2017 interview with Sean, The Motley Fool sat down for a second interview to get into more detail about his investing philosophy and how Ensemble approaches the market.

Included in this conversation are Ensemble’s thoughts on a number of holdings, including Ferrari, MasterCard, and Broadridge, and why we avoid owning “low growth” companies.

You can read the full interview transcript here.

 

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