What makes a stock a good holding? Is it an affordable price tag? A sustainable, growing dividend? A brand value that’s second to none? These are the essential questions that beginning investors — as well as seasoned ones — need to consider.
In my view, what makes a stock a good holding is that the company behind the stock is “antifragile.” In fact, the 10 most antifragile stocks under a system I’ve used over the past five years averaged nearly a triple in 2020.
But what does “antifragile” mean? And how can you apply it going forward?