Episodes

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TIP167: How The Mighty Fall by Jim Collins

Recorded | 2 December 2017
In today's show, we cover a book recommended by Amazon's Jeff Bezos, titled, How the Mighty Fall. The book's author, Jim Collins, is a New York Times Best Selling Author and a professor at Standford University. The book talks about the various phases a business goes through when declining in the market place. More importantly, the book address what needs to be done to self-correct the problems that are causing the issues.

TIP166: Mastermind Discussion 4Q 2017

Recorded | 25 November 2017
In today's show, we assemble the mastermind group to talk about four new stock ideas at the end of 2017. As usual, the group digs into each idea and provides counter-arguments and conclusions on the intrinsic value of each business. At the end of the episode, the group talks about Bitcoin & Bitcoin Cash.

TIP165: Tobias Carlisle & The Acquirer’s Multiple

Recorded | 18 November 2017
In today's show, we talk to Tobias Carlisle about his new book, The Acquirer's Multiple. The book explains how investors like Buffett, Icahn, and many others capture big stock market returns by filtering for companies with a low enterprise value compared to EBIT.

TIP164: Billionaire Ray Dalio’s Book: Principles

Recorded | 11 November 2017
Billionaire Ray Dalio is one of the biggest names in finance.  He achieved this recognition due to Bridgewater Associate's stellar performance over numerous decades of operations.  For instance, during the 2008 financial crisis, the US Stock market was down -50% and Dalio's Pure Alpha fund was up 9.4%.  In this week's episode, we read Ray's new book, Principles.  The book was recently released on Amazon in October, and it's quickly rose to numerous bestseller ranking.

TIP163: The Intrinsic Value of 3 Stocks

Recorded | 4 November 2017
In this episode, Preston and Stig dig around in the public markets to try and find a couple of value picks that are priced to perform. During the show, two of the stocks appear to have an intrinsic value that's 3 times higher than the S&P500, whereas the last pick is a great business, but priced for a horrible return.