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With Investor Phil Town
In this episode, Danielle gets started on the long-awaited InvestED Book Club! This week Danielle introduces our first book, Investing Between the Lines by L.J. Rittenhouse and reinforces the importance of always continuing our learning. BONUS: This week Danielle lets us listen in on an interview she had with the book’s author, L.J. Rittenhouse. Read more.
This week Danielle takes the wheel and interviews Certified Financial Planner and best selling author, Bobbi Rebell. Danielle and Bobbi discuss growing up in investing families and talk about how important it is to impart the wisdom of investing to younger generations. Danielle quizzes Bobbi, and the pair talk about the importance of learning and research in the investing world. Read more.
This week on Invested, Danielle guides us through a review and clarification of our options talk from last week. We’ll be talking about how the investing greats use options to protect their profits, and Danielle explains why she’s not worried about the recent Chipotle call. We’ll top it all off with a little input from the listeners. Read more.
After much anticipation, I finally delve into put and call options and Danielle helps make sense of it along the way. We talk about why options may not be as risky as they seem, why doing your homework is important, and why Danielle got into burritos. As usual, we’ll talk about the greats like Charlie Munger and Warren Buffet, and how we can invest like them. Read more.
This week we’re back to burritos. We’ll talk a bit about Options from the viewpoints of the greats and give a bit of an introduction to next week’s discussion of Options. I remind Danielle that you need to walk before you can run, and she reminds me of her investing-based childhood. We’ll also delve into the different types of investing and the different types of investors.
This week I joyously conclude our discussion of Technical Indicators. Danielle seems to find a way to get me to admit the pros of Technical Indicators, and I will let you in on why those pros aren’t enough for a Value Investor. We’ll be wrapping up with a discussion on the Stochastic indicator. Read more.
This week we’ll talk Nobel Prize winners, ETFs, and Danielle attempts to direct me toward finishing our discussion on technical indicators. In this episode, we will focus on the technical indicators, the MACD and Stochastic, and tell you a little bit about what type of investors use which indicators. Disclaimer: These indicators DON’T work for Read more.
This week Phil shares a few of Charlie Munger’s lesser known secrets on how to build a great investment portfolio. Join us as we dive in on gurus, cannibal companies, and valuable spin-offs that can take your returns to the next level.
It may have taken us a few weeks to get there, but Danielle is persistently reminding me to discuss technical indicators. This week tune in as we go over the moving average and what it means, next week we will cover 2 more indicators that may be useful.
Join us as we have the pleasure of sitting down with author and Queen of Candor, Laura Rittenhouse. We are coming to you live after the Berkshire Hathaway Annual Meeting to talk about how to separate the average management from the great when reading annual shareholder letters.