These stocks are the Holy Grail. Warren Buffett's stocks fit into this category when he bought them, before their valuations increased, pushing them into the low-operating-risk-and-high-price-risk box. The big problem with this box is finding stocks that fit into it. As you've probably realized by now, most stocks tend to congregate in the low-operating-risk-and-high-price-risk box or the high-operating-risk-and-low-price-risk box. The market is more or less efficient, and it tends to exact a higher price for higher quality and a lower price for lower quality.
High Operating Risk and High Price Risk >>