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You can't avoid those stressful situations as an investor, but the way you handle them can drastically change your outcome. When you notice you are feeling tense or nervous about an important investing decision, take a few slow, deep breaths to calm your nerves. Consider stepping back, and resuming when you have a clear head.
In the long term, improving your problem-solving skills and looking at things from a larger perspective will help you deal with stress without feeling overwhelmed. Having a set of processes and boundaries when looking for companies to invest in is critical. Benjamin Graham, who was Warren Buf…. Dec 2, Investing has changed drastically over the years.
Many of the tools that were hardly accessible or cost money to use are now available at the click of a button. For instance, one of the best tools that investors can access online is the Securities and Exchange Commission, or SEC. The SEC is an independent federal regulatory agency tasked with protecting investors and capital, overseeing the stock market and proposing and enforcing federal securities laws. By using the SEC, you can view information about brokerage firms, investment advisor representatives, and their professional background and conduct.
This could include current registrations, employment history, and disclosures about certain disciplinary events involving the individuals. However, these tools that are accessible online can only effectively be used if you have a solid understanding of basic investing principles. One in which includes only purchasing businesses that have excellent management.
When you are looking to tr…. Nov 24, Have you ever cloned another investor? As the name implies, cloning refers to the strategy of following or copying the ideas of famous investors or fund managers. Most investors believe this is an ethical strategy, and Rule 1 investors actually take advantage of the fact that we can clone or follow expert investors. Mohnish Pabrai, for instance, is one of the more successful investors out there. He is a shameless cloner and follower of Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger.
But what tools will help you successfully clone experts? One of the m…. Nov 17, We are incredibly grateful for all of our listeners and hope you enjoy thinking about investing from a different perspective this week. Years ago, I spent some time in Japan with a good friend of mine named Wahei Takeda. Nov 10, Phil predicts a devaluation of the buying power of the US dollar. Therefore, there may be problems on the horizon for investors. Inflation is a natural result of currency fluctuations, because it will cost more to purchase goods and services.
In some markets, inflation destroyed the stock market for 20 years! Diversification is the idea of creating a portfolio that includes multiple investments in order to reduce risk. Someone who is an entrepreneur might think it is best to lower his or her risk and have businesses, rather than focus on one or two.
Most people over-diversify. They split their money into hundreds of stocks in hopes of making a great return. This is not the best strategy,…. Nov 3, What's going to happen in the next few months following the election? Nobody knows for sure, but there will likely be some turbulence ahead. Now more than ever, you need to take care of your mind and body so you can avoid making costly investing decisions and, more importantly, stay healthy. When you get overwhelmed by stress or fear, your rational mind loses power, and your emotions take over.
Being able to control your emotions is an essential part of being a successful investor. And being able to control your emotions depends on how well you take care of yourself day-to-day. If you let anxiety…. Oct 20, After almost seven weeks into recovery since first experiencing symptoms from COVID, she starts to reintroduce routine activity into her daily life and discusses both the physical and economic consequences of COVID with Phil.
Numbers have spiked in Europe in the past week and a half and there are theories as to why. Why have rates in some countries spiked, while others have been able to keep their number of cases down - and what does this have to do with investing? Phil and Danielle agree that the virus is very political in the United States, especially with the presidential election on the horizon.
There is no doubt that if the pandemic continues the way it has, we will see some very serious currency related issues and possibly dramatic inflation. Businesses such as theatres, sporting events, and restaurants are already on life-support, and the long term effects of people continuing to stay home from work and businesses….
Oct 13, A stock split is when a company decides to exchange more shares at a lower price for stockholders' existing shares. They happen from time to time, so it's important for us as investors to understand what that means. Stock splits make stocks more accessible to individual shareholders, make selling put options cheaper, and typically tends to increase share prices in the short run.
So does a stock split impact your investment if you already own the stock? There's another kind of stock split which is called a reverse stock split, where you end up with less shares than you previously started with. For instance, let's say you had shares and they reverse split it 10 to 1, you suddenly have 10 shares.
Does it increase the value or decrease the value? Not at all. Rule 1 investors look at the company not per share. They look at it as a whole company the w…. Oct 6, This is a commonly held idea that is completely mistaken. Phil and other expert investors including Warren Buffett have owned real estate, everything from subdivisions to large farms, apartments, commercial property, and single-family homes. But it seems better to use the average real estate market and the average Rule 1 investor.
As Rule 1 investors, we incur almost no management responsibility—a significant advantage. Sep 29, Allan Mecham is a well-known investor who runs a hedge fund called Arlington Value Capital. Allan has had a phenomenal track record, and implements the values and philosophies of Rule 1 investing.
In , Allan sent out a letter to his investors that covered some of his core investing philosophies. One of those philosophies included that in order to be successful in the stock market, you must look for the rare combination of business safety, an attractive price, and a clear understanding of the business that leads to a low-risk and market-meeting return.
Sep 22, Warren Buffett says that the ideal investment is one that you can hold onto forever, growing your money for as long as you own it. However, Buffett and every other successful investor also knows that there are times when selling a stock is the best route. For example, Phil Town was a big fan of IBM and bought into the company in his earlier investing years. He researched IBM thoroughly, and felt that he understood the business as if it were his own.
Phil believed that she was trying to change the direction of the company, and she did not have a proven track record of success in the technology field. This was a big red flag to Phil. This did not generate returns like he hoped it would. Interestingly enough, while all of this was happening, IB…. Investing is one of the most morally charged and important things we can do. Ultimately, it could determine how the world works for our family for generations to come.
For instance, although the marijuana industry is starting to grow, you would still have to ask yourself if it fits within your values if you were considering investing in a marijuana production company. Are you proud to own the business as if it were your own? These are all things you have to ask yourself while analyzing companies in any industry.
You also must consider the predictability of a company in the marijuana industry, since they are typically younger and therefore carry more risk. In these cases, there is typically less public information about those compa…. One of the core Rule 1 investing principles is to buy wonderful companies at attractive prices.
This helps take the risk out of investing and makes it easier to get fantastic returns. However, there are other factors that you must consider before you commit to any companies on your watchlist. Meaning is often the factor that differentiates between truly investing in a company with confidence and simply gambling on whether or not they will grow in value. Next, the business must meet certain criteria in terms of financial strength and predictability.
This is considered Moat. The business needs to have something that prevents their competition from coming in and stealing away the control they have…. Invest in what you understand. Sounds simple, right? Warren Buffett once stated that defining your circle of competence is the most important aspect of investing. It could even be related to the industry you currently work in and are knowledgeable about. The goal is to be proud of the companies you own, and how your money is being used to support those businesses.
In many ways, defining your circle of competence comes naturally. However, as you live your life, your interests will change and expand, and you can apply these new interests to your investing strategy. Take Warren Buffett for example. Much of the reason why he invested in Coca Cola is simply because he appreciates the company and enjoys the product.
It aligns with his values, thus making it a…. Aug 25, All you have to do to get a big MOS is know the value of the business you are buying—as a business—and then wait to buy it until the market drops much lower than the value. Today, Phil and Danielle dive deeper into Margin of Safety valuations, and explain why understanding how to value a company is critical to stockpiling. For show notes and more information, visit www. Aug 18, If you buy the whole business and pocket all the earnings, Payback Time is the time it would take you to get your investment back.
Once you get all of your money out of the business, you have no risk. Today, Phil and Danielle discuss this concept in depth, and explain why knowing Payback Time eliminates many fears of investing. Aug 11, The next step in the researching process is critical, and tells you whether or not the business is worth purchasing. Today, Phil and Danielle discuss this next step in the research process, and cover how to calculate margin of safety using the ten cap valuation process.
Aug 4, However, insider disclosure rules are changing and will change the way this information is presented to the public. Jul 28, You must understand how management gets compensated, and know that they are getting paid for building a better company—not for having a better stock price. Jul 21, Jul 14, Bill Ackman is a successful investor who we can learn from.
Although his checklist slightly differs from the traditional value investing checklist, it still aligns with the principles of Rule 1 investing. He believes that an excellent company is simple and predictable, has a dominant market position, and a limited exposure to intrinsic risk.
Analyzing management of a company can be mostly subjective, so you must strongly consider the objective numbers—numbers that clue us in to the ability of management to allocate capital properly. Jun 30, For most investors, options are very risky and cause them to lose money. If you do trade options, remember to think long-term. Jun 23, Management is one of the key factors to consider when looking for companies to purchase, but you must analyze more than just the CEO.
Excellent management also includes high owner earnings, a growth mindset, and a business that requires less maintenance. This week on InvestED, Phil and Danielle discuss ways Rulers can use these concepts and principles to determine great CEOs of companies so you never have to lose money on your investments.
Jun 16, When researching stocks to purchase, it's critical to consider the management of the companies on your watchlist. This week on InvestED, Phil and Danielle dive deeper into ways Rulers can determine an excellent stock to purchase by examining CEOs and the way they navigate their finances. Jun 9, In times of uncertainty in the stock market, many people lead with their emotions and make irrational investment decisions.
Bring it back to the basics, and always consider the Four Ms before purchasing any company on your watchlist: Moat, Meaning, Management, and Margin of Safety. This week on InvestED, Phil and Danielle discuss this checklist, and dive deeper into ways that Rule 1 investors can find a level of certainty and confidence in their decisions—even in an unpredictable stock market.
When you're ready to start investing, you must invest with certainty—and you can do so by considering the four Ms. This week on InvestED, Phil and Danielle continue to analyze Peloton, and whether its margin of safety aligns with the basic principles of value investing. This week on InvestED, Phil and Danielle analyze Peloton from an investing standpoint, and whether or not the company aligns with the Rule 1 strategy.
May 19, Should investors be buying? Should we be sitting patiently? What we do know for sure is that we must preserve our emotions, think logically, and let the bear market unfold. This week on InvestED, Phil and Danielle discuss their take on the different positions some of the best investors in the world are taking, and how we can learn from their decisions. May 12, So often, we get stuck in a cycle of reaction rather than finding the source of problems that we are faced with.
May 5, The way Warren Buffett was speaking in this meeting was vastly different compared to previous years. What is this implying for investors and the economy? Apr 28, Apr 21, At this moment, many investors have frozen to wait and see what happens next. The safest thing to do right now is watch and research. Which companies are anti-fragile and look to be in good shape? Listen to the podcast today to find out.
For show notes and more information visit www. Apr 14, It recently became public knowledge that Warren Buffett sold a bunch of shares of these airlines. Why would Buffett sell? Apr 7, This week on InvestED, Phil and Danielle speak to how important it is right now that we are learning to invest like the best investors in the world. As we look into the fog of the future, we can see many variables impact investing. Learn what you need to know and what you should be doing right now as an investor by listening to the podcast today!
Mar 31, What does it take for a start-up to turn into a successful business? Interested in getting your own copy of The Innovation Stack? Mar 24, Mar 17, Their conversation focuses on the discussion of the "U" letter, Understand. Mar 10, This week on the InvestED podcast, Phil and Danielle continue their discussion on checklists revealing the next six points on their list you should know about a company before investing. Mar 3, With lots of discussion around the market right now due to these historically low numbers, Phil and Danielle open up their own conversation on the matter.
Feb 25, Feb 18, Feb 11, Feb 4, Jan 28, Jan 22, What exactly is an event? Jan 14, Jan 8, It's and with the new year comes the pressure to invest. In this episode, Phil explains how important it is to really understand what's happening with the stock market right now, and whether the current stock prices truly represent what's being sold in the US.
Dec 31, Happy New Year! In this episode of InvestED, Phil and Danielle reflect on the past year and look ahead at what they want to accomplish in Dec 23, But what does that really mean? Dec 18, Just as a hero does, a Rule 1 investor starts as a person in the ordinary world who experiences a call to adventure. They then have to cross the threshold into investing, go through tests, learnings, and many times face failure before they find success.
Dec 10, Is it okay to be in cash? Dec 4, Phil and Danielle also announce a contest Nov 27, Nov 19, Nov 12, Nov 6, For show notes and more information visit investedpodcast. Oct 29, Oct 22, For show notes and more info visit, www.
Oct 15, Oct 8, Oct 2, This week Phil and Danielle continue their conversation on famous investor, Michael Burry and his opinion on index funds. In this episode of InvestED, they dig deeper as to why there could very well be a larger problem on the rise in the US market. Sep 24, For show notes and more info visit investedpodcast.
This week on InvestED, Danielle and Phil discuss investing circumstances that have created economic downturn in the past, as well as what we think could potentially result in the next big crisis. Sep 17, This week on episode of InvestED, Phil and Danielle talk about their investing beginnings and the common feelings that came with learning Rule 1 investing when they both started investing. Sep 10, For show notes and more information, visit investedpodcast.
Today on InvestED Phil and Danielle expand on their discussion of Warren Buffett and his achievements as he continues to inspire many to follow in his footsteps. Sep 4, Warren Buffett is living proof that it is possible for an ordinary person of ordinary intelligence to invest and have low risk and high returns.
Aug 27, It is possible as an investor to get high returns without high risk? Aug 20, This week Phil and Danielle finish up the final episode of a four-part series on buybacks. A significant question that arises during their conversation is whether or not buybacks are driven by a lack of integrity with management.
The resulting answer is, unfortunately, more often than not. Aug 14, Phil and Danielle continue their four-part series on buybacks in this episode of InvestED. They use common situations to illustrate exactly what a buyback is and what occurs when a company buys back its shares of stock. Companies distribute shares such as a pizzeria selling pieces of a pie, issuing slices of its ownership when it becomes public. When a company retires two pieces of its pizza pie by buying them back, what then happens to the remaining slices?
The discussion proceeds as Phil and Danielle explain why companies decide to buy back shares with their extra money. They explain why companies bother with buying back their shares, and additionally cover the 4 basics of what a company can do with its extra money. Aug 7, This week Phil and Danielle continue their conversation by talking about companies using their extra money to buy back their own stock.
The conversation shifts when they discuss varying choices that companies make when board members want to retain or increase their control. Jul 31, For show notes and more info visit www. Keep it simple. Here are a few options that companies have to do with their extra cash.
They can issue dividends, which many companies do. They can buy back their own stock and they can just keep it and you use it for acquiring other companies or putting extra money into growing the company. Jul 24, Jul 16, This week, Phil and Danielle continue their discussion of Tesla. They jump into the definition of short selling a stock and why people are shorting Tesla right now. Phil explains what a short sell is and when someone might think about shorting a stock.
Jul 9, Phil talks about a big problem for Tesla. Competition, disruption, and innovation. By the year , there are expected to be over electric cars on the market. Jul 2, This week, we're continuing our From the Vault series here with one from the beginning of , when we talked about the risky market that we're in. Things really haven't changed much in the past 6 months.
Check it out and see what you think. Happy Fourth of July. Jun 26, Almost two years ago, Phil and Danielle talked about Tesla, its inner workings and the ups and downs in the stock price. They also talked about whether or not its stock price has anything to do with its actual value as a company. Now Tesla is back in the news for having been again, up and down, and the same questions are still out there. Jun 19, John is one of the leading mindset and behavioral experts in the entire world.
He's built five multimillion dollar companies, written multiple New York Times best-selling books and, he's been in eight movies including the Secret. He's the founder and CEO of Neurogym, which is a company that uses the most advanced technologies and brain training methods to help people unlock and ignite their fullest potential.
John talks about how fear often times holds people back from investing. Fear is associated with risk, potential pain and suffering, and going backward. The opposite side of that is, all of the rewards that come with making money, doing the right things, and seeing the gains and benefits. It's almost like a brake and gas system of a car, you nee…. Jun 12, This week, Phil and Danielle continue their discussion of Warren Buffett quotes.
And by the future, I mean, five to 10 years out. It's a very specific kind of problem that Buffett is talking about here. It is, number one, one time, it's going to happen one time. And number two, they are going to solve it, no question about it. Those two things have to go together. Jun 5, They also talk about the gigantic brand Moat that Disney has built as well as the problem with large companies with a lot of debt. May 29, She has a couple of choices.
Or you can buy individual companies. What would you do for your child? Phil also discusses the Shiller PE ratio and what it means when the ratio is 25 and above for your returns. May 22, In this episode, Phil and Danielle continue their talk about their experiences at the Berkshire Annual Meeting. Friends, Family, and Fools. ESG stands for environmental, social, and governance. They also talk about board members of a company and how they can really make companies act in a horrible way to pad their pockets in the short term.
May 14, Cheryl is the creator of the Area Method which is a decision-making system to solve complex problems. In investing, we're all trying to solve for the problem of which companies we should put our hard earned money into. She teaches at Columbia Business School, she's won several journalism awards for her investigative stories about business and economics, and political topics. May 7, They talk about all of the fanboys that come to the meeting and what the atmosphere is like.
Apr 30, Gillian is the author of two books. She is also an amazing photographer and she took all the photos in the book. Getting There is a compilation of essays written by a number of luminaries. And one of them is Warren Buffett.
Knowing what to leave out is just as important as knowing what to focus on. Gillian interviewed some amazing people in her book and tells some fantastic stories. Apr 24, When it comes to investing, you need to be brutally honest with yourself to understand your mistakes and move on. Apr 16, The first question is about teaching your kids about investing. Phil tried to teach Danielle when she was younger to get her involved with investing.
Ben has tried to get his daughter to read Invested without any luck. Phil and Danielle provide a bit of advice on how to get kids interested in investing. Apr 9, While in school, Jake had a chance lunch with Warren Buffett which solidified his path toward being a professional value investor.
Jake enjoys reading, health, fitness, staying active outdoors and finding adventure. He lives in Folsom, CA with his wife and 2 boys. Jake wrote an investing book about capital allocation in an interesting way. The book is fiction. To keep from boring you, Jacob wrapped the lessons in a coming-of-age story of a college grad crossing paths with a wealthy Midwesterner. Imagine if The Karate Kid's…. Apr 2, For show notes and more info, visit investedpodcast. Many investors fear the effects of so many people owning indexes rather than the underlying companies.
They also discuss the inverted yield curve, what it is, and what it means for investors. Finding Buffett Alert! Mar 26, This week Phil and Danielle discuss the importance of making your own investing choices. Mar 19, This week Phil and Danielle talk about why Charlie Munger is so bitter about missing out on a stock purchase in the s. This means you should be out there, researching all of the great companies that you can, and building your watchlist.
Mar 13, In this episode, Danielle and Phil discuss why short term viewpoints in the stock market are terrible. Once you start having to hit a certain number every quarter rather than having to hit a certain number over the next five years, it becomes risky. What started as people wanting to get more information on company earnings has become a problem of short-term thinking.
Charlie Munger thinks that short-term investing is insane. Mar 5, They never had the illusion that they could get really useful information on all subjects. They realized that if they worked hard on a few things, and do those things really well, they would come out ahead. Feb 27, This week Phil and Danielle discuss why the financial industry doesn't want you to have the ability to do what they do. You don't know Sharpe Ratio. You don't know Capital Asset Pricing Models.
You don't know how to adjust for the Beta. This is an index that you can buy that follows the stock markets in the entire world. Feb 19, We also discuss how difficult it is to understand why you made a mistake and how to fix it. Phil illustrates this by telling the story of the almond orchard that he purchased. The most important thing that you can do to tell if you truly understand something is to invert the entire story.
Finally, we talk about index investing. There might occasionally be a company in Canada, Europe, China, or Turkey you might want to invest in, but you have to consider the government of each of these countries and what they could potentially do to that business. Feb 13, During this episode, we talk about how you can guarantee success in investing and life. Ray manages all of his money based on a very strict set of investing principles.
Feb 5, This week Phil and Danielle discuss prepping for the next recession. Seth Klarman published a paper to his investors that is a little scary. It basically takes a grim position on the economy and where we're at. A lot of really unpleasant things can happen at the end of a credit cycle when you simply have too much debt worldwide.
The goal is to have capital available to invest when everybody else thinks it's the end of the world. Rule 1 investors want to invest want to invest in after the depression hit. We don't want to invest in during the dot-com bubble. We don't want to invest in We want to buy fear and sell greed. Jan 29, Especially, the last 10 years. IPOs are in the risky biz portfolio for lack of a long track record. That's the longest in American history. Kelly is a journalist and podcaster based in New York City, covering personal finance and entrepreneurship.
Jan 16, This week we dive into what makes the stock market so dangerous. In the long run, the stock market will rise again and your investments, especially if you own wonderful businesses, will come out ahead down the road somewhere. Unfortunately, what makes it dangerous is that somewhere down the road has been as long as 26 years. Why are people buying year bonds for such low-interest rates?
Because they want to lock in a good retirement or a decent rate of return in what may well be the next giant depression. We talk about what makes the US a good economy and stock market to bet on. We analyze the United States using the 4Ms of investing. Dec 25, Today is Christmas Day and we wanted to extend a special thank you to all of our listeners and Rule 1 Family. We're looking forward to all of the things that is going to bring us.
We'll resume the podcast on January 8th to enjoy the holidays and spend time with family. Dec 20, Amazon and Whole Foods Part 2. Dec 12, Amazon and Whole Foods. This week we analyze what has happened in the year since Amazon and Whole Foods merged. We made a few predictions about what would happen, and today we want to discuss them. Dec 5, For show notes and more information visit: www. We also talk about what you should avoid as an investor.
For show notes and more info, visit ruleoneinvesting. Nov 20, Nov 13, Nov 7, We filmed this special episode for our listeners, live from my Rule 1 Investing workshop recently in Peachtree City, GA! Oct 31, Is this company on sale?
Oct 23, In this week's episode of InvestED, we talk about owner earnings when valuing a business. We take a look at Sears SHLD and how looking at owner earnings could have saved shareholders a lot of money. Oct 16, Phil also shares his calls with investor relations departments.
Oct 9, We will try to clear the air as to why this calculation is so important and why generally accepted accounting principles are to be guarded against. We will go over the formula we lay out in our book Invested. We will explain what to look for and why some numbers are not what we think by dispelling misconceptions about generally accepted accounting principles.
Sep 25, Using our book Invested, we will break down how to calculate owner earnings so we can decide what price we should be paying for a company. Sep 18, Sep 11, For show notes and more info, visit www. Aug 28, Aug 22, Rittenhouse on Investing Between the Lines.
For more information, visit investedpodcast. We focus on Investing Checklists like those of Pabrai, Munger and others, and we will talk about the importance of utilizing them when seeking out wonderful businesses on sale. Danielle gives us a few quotes that shed light on the importance of Rule 1-style investing. For show notes and more information please visit www. Jul 30, While Pabrai is certainly a Rule 1 style value investor, we will explore how his style differs from his peers Charlie Munger and Warren Buffett.
Jul 17, Rittenhouse and reinforces the importance of always continuing our learning. Jul 11, Danielle and Bobbi discuss growing up in investing families and talk about how important it is to impart the wisdom of investing to younger generations.
Danielle quizzes Bobbi, and the pair talk about the importance of learning and research in the investing world. Jul 3, Jun 27, After much anticipation I finally delve into put and call options and Danielle helps make sense of it along the way. We talk about why options may not be as risky as they seem, why doing your homework is important, and why Danielle got into burritos.
Jun 20, I remind Danielle that you need to walk before you can run, and she reminds me of her investing-based childhood. Jun 6, In this episode, we will focus on the technical indicators, the MACD and Stochastic, and tell you a little bit about what type of investors use which indicators. May 30, Join us as we dive in on gurus, cannibal companies, and valuable spin-offs that can take your returns to the next level.
May 23, This week tune in as we go over the moving average and what it means, next week we will cover 2 more indicators that may be useful. May 9, We are coming to you live after the Berkshire Hathaway Annual Meeting to talk about how to separate the average management from the great when reading annual shareholder letters. May 2, Apr 25, Apr 17, Apr 10, Part 1.
Apr 3, Mar 29, Tune in as we review the key market indicators both Phil and Danielle use to make their investing decisions. Mar 28, Mar 21, Mar 14, It was time to take a closer look to see if this company can stand the test of time. Tune in as Danielle and I dive into researching companies that you love and how to do it. Mar 7, Sheri, Danielle, and Phil delve into integrating consciousness into everyday life to be the best version of yourself.
Feb 21, We will also go over some of the most expensive errors you can make as an investor. Join us as we dive into the often undiscussed emotional side of investing. Feb 7, Tune in and join us for another great episode of InvestED! Jan 30, We love to talk about the market and our different choices we can make, but remember that nothing should be considered advice on how you should react.
Jan 23, Jan 17, Join us as we talk about the new book, Invested, and how to model your investing methodology off some of the best in the world. Jan 9, Dec 27, During this joyous giving season, we hope you can enjoy sharing your gratitude with others close to you because that is the best part of the holiday season in our opinion. Today marks our last episode of the year, we wanted to keep it short and sweet but we will be back in the new year better than ever with tons of exciting news to share with you.
Dec 13, Dec 6, Questions like where do you start making trades? What is a stock? Nov 29, We will show you how to find the information you need easily from these investors which will paint a clearer picture for you when it comes to your own personal investing journey. Nov 28, Nov 14, We will go over international responses to the new technology, mining Bitcoin, creating your own ICO, and how these transactions work.
Nov 8, Be sure to tune in next week as we bring you an experienced expert to answer all your questions you have about the world's anticipated currency trading revolution. Join us as we discuss the risks of an unknown world where our current currency system could be at risk, and what we really think about it. Oct 25, Oct 17, Tune in as we ask Jack how he reacts to fear and how he feels about investing alongside your values.
Oct 11, Oct 4, Sep 26, Sep 19, Everyone wants in on it, but do you know the details behind the hype? Find out today! Sep 12, Jump back in where we left off looking into management, the good, great, and awful. Danielle and I discuss the top signs to look for when you are researching a company and its management. Sep 5, We also talk about the recent Aug 31, Aug 15, Join us this week as we discuss how to identify great or awful management teams and how to purchase your stock accordingly.
Aug 8, Aug 2, Jul 25, Jul 19, We will define basic investing terms and cover some hard to understand topics like earnings versus free cash flow. Intro :The 5 Best Resources. Part 1: It Starts with Magic. Part 3: Corner of Berkshire and Fairfax. This investing resource comes from a great guy named Phil Town. Town himself. Phil is also hedge fund manager, and author of 2 New York Times best-selling investment books, Rule 1 and Payback Time. Both of which are excellent investing books. Phil believes that in order for an investment to be worth your time it must pass something called the 4 M test:.
Meaning - must be capable of understanding the business. Moat - the company must have a Durable Competitive advantage. Management - Must have honest, shareholder oriented management. Margin of safety - It must be on sale to its intrinsic value. Earning per Share growth rate. Operating Cash per share growth rate. Sales growth rate. Return on Equity. Return on Invested Capital. Low Debt less than 3 years of earnings.
It looks like this:. Quick and simple. Source: Rule 1 Toolbox. So, sit back, grab yourself a drink, and follow along. Stick with me here, this is important…. This process starts with an excellent way to get a new investment idea, because it adds something new to the equation; The 3 Circles Exercise. These three questions are meant to correctly drive the direction of a business from good, to one that is Great.
Passions: What are you passionate about? Talents: What are you talented at? Money: What do you spend your money on? Well, the whole point of the three circles exercise is to find companies that you will be able understand , and thus, have a greater aptitude for investing in them. Once you're in the toolbox, Click then click the tab. Note: if you hover your mouse over a sector, it will give a brief description, and a few ticker symbols you will likely recognize from that sector.
What are you passionate about. In other words, what do you like to do? Or spend your time doing? Food and Beverage. Leisure and media. Scroll down until you find one that jumps out at you, and click on it. I clicked on.
Click on the right and this will list the companies in this sector, from best to worst. The next step would be to pick a company.