Two types of growth: organic and acquisition
In this week’s video insight Stuart discusses how the value of a company’s growth is determined and identifies two types of growth organic and acquisition. If one company is generating growth by investing in its own assets, it is likely to have a marginal return on capital that is greater than a company that is acquiring its growth by buying other businesses.
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