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“Why not vote with your money for something that you want to see in the world in 20 years, instead of letting a mutual fund manager or an index fund manager vote for you?” – Phil Town
This week Phil and Danielle continue their From the Vault series and reintroduce Justin’s Nut Butter. In this episode, they go through a brief history of Justin’s Nut Butter, discuss how to evaluate a company for investing, and explain how to “dig your canyon.”
The fundamental question you always need to ask as an investor is, “Will this company be worth more in 10 years?” – Phil Town
This week, Phil and Danielle continue their discussion of Tesla. They jump into the definition of short selling a stock and why people are shorting Tesla right now. Read more.
This week, we’re continuing our From the Vault series here with one from the beginning of 2019, when we talked about the risky market that we’re in. Things really haven’t changed much in the past 6 months. Check it out and see what you think. Happy Fourth of July. Read more.
Almost two years ago, Phil and Danielle talked about Tesla, its inner workings and the ups and downs in the stock price. They also talked about whether or not its stock price has anything to do with its actual value as a company. Read more.
“The thought and fear of losing money is right up there with losing oxygen.” – John Assaraf
This week, InvestED welcomes John Assaraf to the show. Read more.
“The advice, buy and hold, is very good advice, as long as hold means 40 to 60 years.” – Phil Town
This week, Phil and Danielle talk about parents buying stocks for children. She has a couple of choices. The first choice is to do what Buffett says to do and buy the US stock index, SPY. Or you can buy individual companies. What would you do for your child? Read more.
In this episode, Phil and Danielle continue their talk about their experiences at the Berkshire Annual Meeting. Phil talks about the “3F’s” of starting a fund. Friends, Family, and Fools. Read more.