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When i look at my portfolio, more often than not my focus is on buying companies with strong balance sheets, producing free cash flow at low multiples of trailing FCF to Market Cap or Enterprise Value. I do not focus that much on EPS growth. I do not hold much in large consumer staples that are stable earners and stable stocks in a down turn.

Wondering how others are thinking of their portfolios. Do you change it after a 6 year bull market? do you include more large cap stable earners?

I have 40% cash and 20 positions. I could add to my existing names here and there to get to 70-75% invested. but am not very excited. am i trying to time the market?
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