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52 - The Acquirer's Multiple with author Tobias Carlisle (Interactive Book Review) show art 52 - The Acquirer's Multiple with author Tobias Carlisle (Interactive Book Review)

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

In this episode, I interview Tobias Carlisle, author of The Acquirer's Multiple and fund manager of the ETF ZIG. Listen to an interactive review of this Deep Value Investing book.

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51 - Psychology of Selling Losers show art 51 - Psychology of Selling Losers

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

In this episode, I discuss the psychology involved in selling losing stock positions. A core aspect of behavioral finance is overcoming our weaknesses. Ignoring opportunity cost is a key investing weakness.

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50 - Tim Eriksen Interview: MicroCap Investing $BVERS $WCRS $PIOE $BWEL show art 50 - Tim Eriksen Interview: MicroCap Investing $BVERS $WCRS $PIOE $BWEL

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

In this episode, I interview Tim Eriksen and we discuss his investing strategy which involves buying microcap companies. Smaller companies offer higher returns historically. Tim Eriksen also provides insight into Beaver Land Company and its business model. We dive into additional companies including Western Capital Resources, P10 Holdings, and JG Boswell.

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49 - Value Stock Geek Interview: Cheap and Good Balance Sheet ($MU, $BDL, $DKS) show art 49 - Value Stock Geek Interview: Cheap and Good Balance Sheet ($MU, $BDL, $DKS)

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

In this episode, I interview Value Stock Geek and we discuss his investing strategy which involves buying cheap companies with good balance sheets. For ValueStockGeek value is found in a low EV/EBIT multiple. This is the Acquirer's Multiple as named by Tobias Carlisle.

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48 - David Flood Interview: Dark Stock Investing ($PLWN, $BVERS, $NTIP, $MIRI, $HMGN) show art 48 - David Flood Interview: Dark Stock Investing ($PLWN, $BVERS, $NTIP, $MIRI, $HMGN)

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

My interview with David Flood of Elementary Value focuses on investing in dark stocks. Dark stocks do not report public financial statements to the SEC. Many of these companies are deep value plays that offer attractive rates of return to investors willing to do a little bit of extra research. Scuttlebutt and fundamental analysis are key topics.

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47 - Forced Diversification and Illiquid Stocks show art 47 - Forced Diversification and Illiquid Stocks

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

Illiquid stocks offer substantial opportunity, but can also lead to an inability to purchase as many shares as you would like. This situation, along with a lack of good ideas, can lead you to rationally diversifying your portfolio more than intended. Cash has a high opportunity cost, so it is okay to build small positions in companies that are still high quality, but may not currently trade at wonderful prices. Avoid "Diworsification"

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46 - Broker Price Wars: End Game ($0 Commissions) show art 46 - Broker Price Wars: End Game ($0 Commissions)

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

The end game has begun in the brokerage price wars. We have reached the zero bound in terms of commissions now at $0 for US and Canadian exchanges. This will have a major impact on the accessibility of investing and will certainly change the recommendations I have made in the past to new investors.

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45 - Geoff Gannon Interview: Concentrated Investing in Overlooked Stocks ($NC, $KARE.AT, $NKR, $TRUX, $VLGEA) show art 45 - Geoff Gannon Interview: Concentrated Investing in Overlooked Stocks ($NC, $KARE.AT, $NKR, $TRUX, $VLGEA)

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

In this episode, I interview Geoff Gannon of Focused Compounding Capital Management. Learn about his investing process and the benefit of concentrated investing in overlooked stocks.

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44 - Investing in Bank Stocks (WFC, CFR, ALLY, DFS) show art 44 - Investing in Bank Stocks (WFC, CFR, ALLY, DFS)

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

Banks are able to operate at a 10-to-1 leverage ratio which can return a return on assets of 1.5% into a 15% return on equity.

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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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