In this week’s episode, Grant Williams joins Preston and Stig for an interesting discussion about the FED's decision to start conducting quantitative tightening (QT). Since QT is the opposite of Quantitative Easing (QE), we should expect the opposite market results. Check out this week's episode to see what Grant think about the FED's new announcement and how it will impact markets around the world.
In this episode, Preston and Stig interview the brilliant Eric Cinnamond. Eric comes with three decades of experience investing in small cap companies. During the interview, we discover his methods for understanding risk and reasonable valuation metrics. You won't want to miss Eric's highly valuable guidance and recommendations.
In this episode, Preston and Stig hold their Mastermind discussion with Saber Capital Management Founder, John Huber and Hari Ramachandra. Each member of the group presents a stock investing idea. After each group member pitches their idea, the group then dissects and troubleshoots the position. If you're interested in hearing how members of the mastermind determine intrinsic value and identify risks, you'll enjoy hearing this discussion.
In a recent report surveying ETF executives across the globe, PwC found that technology is changing the face of the ETF business, as automation, fee compression and better customization become the norm. Nigel Brashaw, global ETF practice leader, offers us some key takeaways
As Q3 earnings season approaches, there is a drought of company-specific news and events to analyze. Regardless of the lack of fundamental data points, investors appear committed to positioning themselves for another end of the year entitlement rally.
John Bogle endorses the “fully valued” nature of today’s stock markets and advocates slight changes to one’s allocations. He says it’s okay to reduce your stock market exposure a little bit to offset the potential for higher risk.
Four times a year, every publicly traded company is required to report the results of their last business quarter. Three factors that most investors pay attention to are revenue, earnings per share (EPS), and guidance.
The dollar fluctuated against a basket of the other major currencies on Friday after mixed consumer inflation data clouded the outlook for another rate increase by the Federal Reserve in the coming months.
Many people and pundits, including none other than Warren Buffett, continue to insist that stocks look fairly priced relative to interest rates. There are some simple ways, however, using Mr. Buffett’s own techniques to prove or disprove his thesis.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos was one of the first entrepreneurs to realize the potential of selling products on the internet. This Bloomberg Profile looks into how Bezos built Amazon inside his garage and now has his sights set well beyond online commerce.
Four stocks with significant insider buying were singled out last year, which can be a strong indication of a mismatch between the current trading price of a company and its intrinsic value. Take a look at their individual performances.
Customer transactions are increasingly digital – and it is there that things can be tracked, compared, analyzed, and personalized. As a result, a new competitive landscape has emerged where the concept of brand loyalty is under siege.