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The Finance Show
19 minutes | Aug 18, 2014
TFS013 – Investing vs. Trading plus Kinder Morgan (KMP), Avon (AVP), Diebold (DBD)
In this episode of The Finance Show, we go over what it takes to think like an investor vs. a trader. We also talk about recent M&A activity and what it means for your portfolio.
25 minutes | Aug 10, 2014
TFS012 – Panic Over 3.5% Drop plus Apple Stock Analysis (AAPL)
In this episode of The Finance Show, we discuss the problem with short term thinking and analyze Apple's stock. Links talked about in this episode: My recent article on Apple which includes the Gordon Growth Model valuation method. I'd love to see Apple drop to $80, but I would still be a buyer at $95. Jeremy Siegel - author of Stocks for the Long Run His website is www.jeremysiegel.com. Siegel has 7 guidelines to follow on how to be a good investor. He mainly suggests to own low cost index funds and ETFs that are weighted toward value stocks. He's not a fan of high P/E ratio stocks that do not pay dividends.
20 minutes | Aug 4, 2014
TFS011 – Growth Investing
In this episode of The Finance Show, we go over growth investing. Growth stocks can be great as long as they're bought at a reasonable price. Peter Lynch called this GARP - Growth at a Reasonable Price. I also wrote an article on growth investing which goes over many of the main topics of this podcast. Here's Morgan Housel's article about investing and luck: The Hard Truth: Successful Investing Involves a Lot of Luck
14 minutes | Jul 27, 2014
TFS010 – How to be a Millionaire
In this episode of The Finance Show we go over what it takes to become a millionaire. Dr. Thomas J. Stanley is highlighted for his work on millionaires.
18 minutes | Jul 20, 2014
TFS009 – Value Investing – Warren Buffett
Value investors try to profit from a mismatch between a company’s value and its share price. Warren Buffett said, "Buy when there is blood in the streets." If everyone is selling, step back and ask yourself if it is a good time to buy. Benjamin Graham came up with a nice metaphor for the market. It’s called Mr. Market. Everyday Mr. Market comes to your house and pitches stock prices to you. You don’t have to do anything. He’ll come back to you every single day. Mr. Market is a manic depressive guy. Sometimes he’s manic and quotes ridiculously high prices. Sometimes he’s depressed and quotes extremely low prices. This is exactly how the market works. The market is based on market participants (or investors, although they’re not all investors). These participants are extremely volatile, swinging from extreme pessimism to optimism and back again. You don’t have to swing at every pitch as a value investor. It takes character to sit on your pile of cash and do nothing. Don’t become Mr. Market himself. Don’t get caught up in the CNBC herd mentality. This pushes prices to irrational levels. If you want to earn above average returns, you have to do what other people aren’t doing. Behavior is the key to investing success. "Be fearful when others are greedy and greedy when others are fearful." ~Warren Buffett Buy with a margin of safety. Why is it important? It builds in room for error. The company might miss earnings and the stock may go down. If you purchase $1 of value for 50 cents, then you have a great margin of value. Whitney Tilson would say that he is in the business of buying 50 cent dollars. When should you sell then? It is impossible to predict future stock price movement. You have to consider the value of a stock when selling, not how much the stock has gone up from when you bought it. Consider selling only when the stock's market price has reached its intrinsic value.
20 minutes | Jul 13, 2014
TFS008 – Beating Inflation
This episode of The Finance Show is all about beating inflation. You have to protect yourself from future inflation. If you want to get ahead today and build wealth, you have to hedge yourself against inflation.
22 minutes | Jul 7, 2014
TFS007 – Landing a Better Job with Joe Richardson
Joe Richardson joins me on this episode of The Finance Show to talk about landing a better job. This is a must for anyone who is looking for a new job or looking to get ahead in their current job. Click here to listen.
17 minutes | Jun 29, 2014
TFS006 – Cash Is Trash, Start Investing Now
In this episode of The Finance Show, I go over why cash is a horrible investment in the long term.
17 minutes | Jun 28, 2014
TFS005 – Dividend Investing
In this episode of The Finance Show, we go over the benefits of investing in dividend paying stocks. Dividend stocks are the best way to build long-term wealth and cash flow in the stock market.
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