This week, Danielle and I are discussing football and investments. Particularly, behavioral finance and how the stock market functions according to the efficient market hypothesis. We will also discuss, the NFL draft and how it relates to the importance of patience in investments. In Episode 115 You’ll Learn: The Efficient Market Hypothesis The “Econs” viewpoints/theory Read more.
This week we dive into our latest favorite investing book, Misbehaving, by Richard Thaler. We discuss how Thaler has coined a new term on the market as Behavioral Economics and how he has disproven some long-standing investing “norms” with his new theories and studies. Learn more as we dive deep into Thaler’s concepts, and Danielle’s Read more.
This week Danielle and I dive back into the Berkshire Hathaway Meeting and continue discussing Buffett’s tools for getting a pulse on the market. We also touch on EBITA, Buffett’s legacy, and why you really don’t need a financial advisor.
This week Danielle and I discuss the Annual Berkshire Hathaway Shareholder Meeting and how much Buffett would buy their stock for. We also discuss how Apple & IBM may no longer be solely “tech” companies but more consumer and business goods companies, along with Buffett’s recent involvement in Apple stocks.
This week on the podcast, we are wrapping up our From the Vault review of value investing basics with Hedge Fund manager and author of Education of a Value Investor, Guy Spier. We’ll ask Guy who he looks to for inspiration and discuss the fear that can accompany buying stock.
This week we are continuing our discussion on value investing basics with Hedge Fund manager and author of Education of a Value Investor, Guy Spier. This week we’ll cover how to know what you don’t know and get Guy’s thoughts on finding a company’s moat.
We’re taking a short three-week hiatus to work on something really special for you guys that we can’t quite announce yet. We want to post a few of our favorite episodes from our talks with Guy Spier. We’ll be back soon with new episodes. In this episode, we introduce our first special guest on InvestED, Read more.
Last week Danielle and I discussed the fear of the market and how to prepare for the future market. This week we dive into behavioral economics, the reality of how we behave as investors, and influential psychology figures.
This week Danielle and I discuss the United Airlines incident and the importance of leaders and integrity. As well as the strength of family-owned companies and the different classes of stocks with different voting rights.
How afraid of the stock market should you be? This week we discuss why the market is going up, why it is unnecessary to use an advisor to invest, and the complexity of options trading.