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43 - Investing in Credit Card Companies (V, MA, AXP, DFS) show art 43 - Investing in Credit Card Companies (V, MA, AXP, DFS)

The DIY Investing Podcast: Value Investing | Fundamental Analysis | Mental Models | Business Management

Credit card companies offer an amazing investment opportunity. By operating a payment network, credit card companies offer inflation-adjusted growth because they earn a small tax on every transaction.

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42 - How to invest in a Health Savings Account (HSA) show art 42 - How to invest in a Health Savings Account (HSA)

The DIY Investing Podcast: Value Investing | Fundamental Analysis | Mental Models | Business Management

A health savings account is the best tax-advantaged account currently available for workers in the United States. Thus, it is important to have a plan and understanding of how to invest your HSA money and maximize the benefits of this unique tax shelter.

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41 - Science of Hitting Interview: How quality limits investing mistakes, portfolio management, and Microsoft ($MSFT) show art 41 - Science of Hitting Interview: How quality limits investing mistakes, portfolio management, and Microsoft ($MSFT)

The DIY Investing Podcast: Value Investing | Fundamental Analysis | Mental Models | Business Management

In this episode, I interview 'The Science of Hitting' an investor and writer for GuruFocus. Learn how quality businesses can reduce investing mistakes by limiting value traps.

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40 - When NOT to average down on an investment (Investing Rules) show art 40 - When NOT to average down on an investment (Investing Rules)

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Investing rules help to prevent mistakes and can function as outsourced knowledge from the world’s best investors. Allowing others to make mistakes and adapting their lessons is a cheat code that can help you become a better investor faster.

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39 - Market Expectations vs Your Investing Expectations show art 39 - Market Expectations vs Your Investing Expectations

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Investing expectations drive short-term changes in the market. However, your personal expectations of management and business performance will drive the strength of your conviction in a company. Don’t let Mr. Market dictate your investing decisions. Mr. Market’s price offers should only ever be seen as an opportunity, not a necessity to act.

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38 - Should you invest in Private Prisons? show art 38 - Should you invest in Private Prisons?

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The private prison industry in the United States is currently hated to an extreme. Opportunity could await as CXW and GEO offer 10%+ dividend yields.

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37 - Liquidity: Risks and Opportunities show art 37 - Liquidity: Risks and Opportunities

The DIY Investing Podcast: Value Investing | Fundamental Analysis | Mental Models | Business Management

Liquidity is important for the success of your personal finance journey and your investment portfolio. Learn about the risks and opportunities presented by liquidity. Access to low liquidity stocks is your greatest advantage as a DIY Investor.

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36 - What is Risk? Price Risk, Volatility, and Beta (Types of Investing Risk) show art 36 - What is Risk? Price Risk, Volatility, and Beta (Types of Investing Risk)

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What is Risk? There are many different types of investment risk. This episode focuses on the concept of price risk otherwise known as Volatility or Beta. All risks have two key elements: Uncertainty and Negative Events. The negative event of price risk is a decline in stock price below a company’s intrinsic value.

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35 - Shorter Holding Periods are better (Investing First Principle) show art 35 - Shorter Holding Periods are better (Investing First Principle)

The DIY Investing Podcast: Value Investing | Fundamental Analysis | Mental Models | Business Management

Investing First Principles are used to build the foundation for an investment and portfolio management strategy. All else equal shorter holding periods are better when you earn the same total return. Would you rather earn a 10% return in one year or ten years?

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