Armanino Foods (AMNF) Case Study Part 1 – Preliminary Analysis
While searching through micro cap OTC companies several years ago I came across
Armanino Foods (AMNF). It was fairly valued. I liked the business it was in. But its margins weren’t great. And it wasn’t growing fast so I decided not to invest in it.
I forgot about the company in the years since. But I came across it again while searching for companies to invest in. And took another look at it… On a preliminary basis the company looks great now so I’m researching it again.
But instead of keeping this to myself, I’m turning it into a real-time case study.
In videos and posts over the coming weeks I’ll show you exactly how I research companies from start to the finish. I don’t know if I will end up recommending the company for investment. Or if I will end up passing on it. But I will show you every step I take in the process.
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Part one of a real-time case study on Armanino Foods is below. In the 12:49 video I explain how I go through companies on a preliminary basis. And tell you why every metric is important.
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