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Patreon: Why I am launching a DIY Investing Membership Program (Episode 011)

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Release Date: 01/27/2019

102 - Don't use Enterprise Value - Here's Why show art 102 - Don't use Enterprise Value - Here's Why

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Be conservative when valuing companies. Don't give managers credit where they don't deserve it. Enterprise value should only be used when companies hold debt. Yet, you should only buy companies with net cash.

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101 - How to find good stock ideas (FAQ) show art 101 - How to find good stock ideas (FAQ)

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The best way to identify good stock ideas is to copy a watchlist of investors you trust and respect. Their best ideas can form a strong foundation for your watchlist.

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100 - Special Edition: Reflecting after 100 episodes show art 100 - Special Edition: Reflecting after 100 episodes

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As I reflect on my first 100 episodes of The DIY Investing Podcast, I want to hear from you my audience. Share your thoughts and feedback so the next 100 episodes are even better.

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99 - OTC Manual Database with Jan Svenda and David Flood show art 99 - OTC Manual Database with Jan Svenda and David Flood

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I interview two guests in today's show: Jan Svenda of SvendaManual.com and David Flood of ElementaryValue.com. We discuss their new product, an OTC Manual database for finding stock ideas.

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98 - Value Stock Geek Interview: Wonderful Companies at Wonderful Prices show art 98 - Value Stock Geek Interview: Wonderful Companies at Wonderful Prices

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In my third interview with Value Stock Geek, we discuss his effort to transform his investing process in light of COVID-19 and recognition of past mistakes. His new goal is to buy wonderful companies at wonderful prices. No compromises.

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97 - Engineering Mental Models: Why Engineers make good investors show art 97 - Engineering Mental Models: Why Engineers make good investors

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As an investor with an engineering background, I believe I bring a unique perspective to investing in businesses. The mental models: margin of safety, backup systems, scale, failure points, and leverage originate in engineering are useful for investors.

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96 - The difference between 96 - The difference between "Right" and "Useful" for investors

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Your goal as an investor is not to be the most accurate in your calculations or to do everything the 'right' way. Your goal is to make money. Sometimes the right way technically leads you to make worse decisions.

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95 - How to build conviction in a stock idea (FAQ) show art 95 - How to build conviction in a stock idea (FAQ)

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Conviction is a function of opportunity cost, the margin of safety, position-sizing, and upside. Your required conviction is determined by opportunity cost and position sizing. You increase conviction by improving the margin of safety and upside potential.

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94 - Japanese companies are worth less than American companies, All Else Equal show art 94 - Japanese companies are worth less than American companies, All Else Equal

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This podcast episode outlines some key differences between Japanese culture and American culture which influence how investors should value Japan based stocks versus United States based stocks. Shareholder primacy and culture are important.

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93 - OTC Markets Business Analysis with Ralph Molina of Midstory Ventures show art 93 - OTC Markets Business Analysis with Ralph Molina of Midstory Ventures

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I interviewed Ralph Molina of Midstory Ventures where we discuss a stock pick: OTC Markets. Stock Ticker: $OTCM

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Why Patreon?

The DIY Investing membership site is hosted on DIYInvesting.org with Patreon used as the payment processor and platform partner.  Members are offered exclusive access to investing research and educational resources on how to be a better investor.  Patreon allows me to carefully curate this insider content for each individual member of our community. 

Exclusive Community Member Benefits

The public facing content of DIY Investing is focused on providing general purpose investing insight and personal finance education to the masses.  In contrast, your membership will offer you exclusive behind-the-scenes access to my personal investing process.  As you increase your contribution/membership level you will gain an increasingly inside look at the investment research that I perform on weekly basis.

All of the benefits provided here are meant to save you time and help you earn more money from your investing.  You'll be gaining access to my personal notes, fundamental analysis, and valuation on companies. 

Member Benefits Include:

  • Company Quality Analysis Spreadsheet
  • Individual Company Quality Reports
  • Company Intrinsic Value Spreadsheet with Buy/Hold/Sell Ratings
  • "Insider Access" to my Personal Investment Portfolio and Company Holdings
  • Small-Cap Stock Research - My personal notes and fundamental analysis
  • Micro-Cap Stock Research - My personal notes and fundamental analysis
  • "Buy Thesis" reports on each and every company that I currently own and purchase in the future
  • Short-Term Investment Alerts - Updates when I make changes to my personal portfolio

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