Course 206:
More on Competitive Positioning
In this course
1 Introduction
2 Porter's Five Forces
3 A Five Forces Example: Consumer Products
4 Getting Back to Moats
5 Types of Narrow Moats
6 Wide Moats
7 Wide Moats Versus Deep Moats
8 The Bottom Line

In the previous lesson, we reviewed the different types of defenses (economic moats) and offered examples of wide-moat firms. Understanding moats, and determining whether or not a firm has a moat is a tricky process. In this lesson we'll examine the mental model that underpins our moat framework and explore some of the nuances of wide moats, narrow moats, and deep moats.

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