Rule #1 Finance Blog
This week on InvestED we discuss how to research and find Capital Expenditures for a company. We talk about Grand Canyon University, talk about how to find a 10-K, and where to look for CapEx. Phil also shares his calls with investor relations departments. Read more.
This week we are diving deep into the next phase of our owner earnings calculations: Net Change: Accounts Receivable and Net Change: Accounts Payable. We will try to clear the air as to why this calculation is so important and why generally accepted accounting principles are to be guarded against. Read more.
This week we’ll dig deeper into last week’s topic of Owner Earnings. We will go over the formula we lay out in our book Invested. We will explain what to look for and why some numbers are not what we think by dispelling misconceptions about generally accepted accounting principles.
In Episode 181 You’ll Learn:
This week on InvestED we’ll address the long-awaited topic of owner earnings. Using our book Invested, we will break down how to calculate owner earnings so we can decide what price we should be paying for a company. In proper Invested-fashion, we’ll also be shooting down misconceptions about issues like generally accepted accounting principles.
This week we’ll take a step back and remind ourselves how and why we practice investing the way that we do in Rule #1 Investing. We’ll take a look at the recent controversial Nike ad and what it means for their bottom line. Read more.
As we continue our exploration of owner earnings and what they mean to us, we’ll be discussing the impact inflation has on our investing practice. This week we’re also talking about Buffett’s solutions for “little guy” investors and how we can set ourselves apart from others through our investing education. Read more.
This week on the InvestED we’re returning to our discussion of the investing perspectives of Mohnish Pabrai, specifically focusing on owner earnings. We’ll talk about what owner earnings can tell us about a business, and we will discuss the pros and cons of utilizing owner earnings when determining if you are buying a wonderful company. Read more.
Diving deep into our first InvestEd Book Club title, Investing Between the Lines, Danielle interviews author L.J. Rittenhouse. We explore what brought Rittenhouse to begin analyzing companies based on CEO communications and we’ll talk about what exactly we should be looking for when reading shareholder letters. Read more.
This week on InvestED we’ll continue our conversation about Mohnish Pabrai, discussing the similarities and differences between Mohnish and the other big investors. We will be focusing on Checklists like those of Pabrai, Munger and others, and we will talk about the importance of utilizing them when seeking out wonderful businesses on sale. Read more.