Long-time Eureka Report subscriber and very successful investor, Tony Kynaston, (his 20-year return is 19.5% per annum) has started a new podcast in which he teaches Cameron Reilly about investing. It's good!
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Tony Kynaston is a professional Aussie share investor with a 25 year track record of beating the market. He uses a proprietary checklist system for analysing stocks to see if they are a buy. Tony is a student of the Warren Buffett / Benjamin Graham school of the “value investing” discipline.
On this podcast Tony teaches Cameron Reilly how to use his checklist to become a successful investor. It’s like a weekly university class on becoming a value investor.
– Chris B, January 2020
I really do think you are onto something unique here. Each investing podcast I have listened to falls into one of two buckets – 1. High minded theory, or 2. what momentum stocks are hot (without revealing why). But I have never found the connecting piece as between the theory and how to actually value a stock. I have not seen this done anywhere else.
– Paul C, September 5, 2019
I have really enjoyed your podcast and I’ve learned a lot from it. It has given me a better understanding of business financials. Even though I have run my own business for more 15 years I am still learning what the financials actually mean! Going through the checklist has helped me understand some different parts of the financial reports and what they actually mean.
– Murray B, September 2019
Tony Kynaston is a former senior executive of companies like Coles and Shell. He started investing in the stock market 30 years ago and developed a simple checklist methodology (by studying people like Warren Buffett) that allowed him to retire from his corporate career at age 43 and become a professional investor. And he’s done pretty well since then. The average return on his portfolio over the last 20 years has been 19.5% per annum – double the ASX index. Year in and year out.
Cameron Reilly, on the other hand, knows nothing about investing – but he is Australia’s podfather. After a career in IT and marketing at places like Microsoft, he created Australia’s first podcast in 2004 and has been doing it ever since, along with making a documentary, writing a couple of books, and running a marketing strategy consulting business. Tony is his mate and agreed to do this podcast because he feels sorry for him.
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