Expect Less, But Better: Due Diligence Evolves
An announcement after a lot of ruminating.
Good morning, faithful DD readers!
Lately, I’ve spent quite a lot of time ruminating on this newsletter — how to make it better, more shareable, more engaging, less time-consuming to read while still informative, and so on.
To check these boxes, changes must be made.
While Due Diligence has stuck to a weekly cadence since 2021, I plan to unshackle myself from the creative chains of a scheduled release. Researching, writing, editing, and designing a newsletter every week is an ongoing, uphill climb, especially while balancing work. I feel like the quality of my writing suffers when I’m pressured to get something published in such a tight window, and that’s not something I want to burden you with. My goal is to provide valuable, insightful content — not be filler in your inbox.
Based on feedback, deeper dives into compelling companies (i.e., long-form stock reports) and Market Movers are the preferred formats. So, I plan to focus on these going forward. If that means 15–20 high-quality issues each year versus 52 mediocre ones, so be it.
However, I have an idea brewing in the ole noggin — one that could check a lot of the boxes mentioned above. It’s still in the development phase, but I’ll share details soon.
And in case you recently subscribed and this is your first issue of DD, I don’t want to give the impression that you signed up for nothing. You can peruse the archives for past reports, analyses, recommendations, etc.
With all that said, I hope you have a wonderful day and an even better weekend.