Dividends are f*cking great.
But in my opinion they’re not the best investment to get rich. That title belongs to disruptive growth stocks.
Software as a Service (SaaS) companies are some of the best performers over the last decade and there are fundamental reasons why.
Invest in disruption
If you’re a capitalist, then you have probably heard of creative destruction. New technologies and developments necessarily replace old technologies and make them redundant.
We’re in the midst of a software revolution and it behooves investors to at least think about how to invest in these innovative software companies.
Why Listen to a Dividend Cultivator?
My formal education is an MBA with a finance emphasis.
I’m a software engineer so I’ve used and evaluated many tools.
I’m a software exec who has been in leadership of a 9 figure software company so I know intimately how SaaS companies manage their financials.
I’ve invested in a number of great companies with solid results over the years.
and so on.
In this course I’ll break down
1. Why you want to invest in companies like these
2. How they’re managed from an insider’s perspective
3. How to find opportunities
4. How to evaluate SaaS companies fundamentally
5. How to enter and exit as an investor
Simplified SaaS Investing
If you’re confused about how a company with negative earnings, non-existent P/E ratios, and a Enterprise Value to Sales ratio of 55x is appreciating at 100% a year, then this course will help you understand it.
Confidently get started in SaaS investing by tapping “I want this!”