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!

Alan Kohler

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THE QAV PODCAST
– INVESTING IN SHARES –

NOW IS THE TIME

TO LEARN HOW TO THINK LIKE A PROFESSIONAL INVESTOR

 

 

The 2020 Coronavirus Pandemic has lead to a massive correction in global markets.

While some might be panicking, experienced investors understand that huge corrections lead to huge recoveries (eventually). And they prepare themselves to jump in to the next recovery with both feet.

 The trick is knowing when to buy back in and what to buy.

Tony Kynaston, “Australia’s Warren Buffett”, is a professional Aussie share investor with a 25 year track record of not just ‘beating’ the market, but doubling it. He uses a checklist system for analysing stocks to see if they are a value buy.

On this podcast Tony teaches his friend Cameron Reilly how to use the checklist to become a successful investor.

It’s like a weekly university class on becoming a value investor from someone who actually knows what he is talking about. Tony is a full time investor with a multi-million dollar portfolio, not a finance journalist or a fund manager playing with other people’s money – so this isn’t just theory. This is for people who want to be serious investors.

What is “value investing”?

(click to learn more)

 

“… SOMETHING UNIQUE…”

I am a chartered accountant, living in Perth. I am a CFO with a diverse investment portfolio (largely active investments in operating businesses), prior to that I was CFO for a number of oil & gas companies. I have previously subscribed to Motleys Fool, Huntleys, Kohler, etc but have not found these useful in achieving my investing goals. I came across the QAV podcast about 3 months ago and the checklist is a great tool as it provides the framework to make investment decisions, rather than basing decisions on management presentations and speculation!

– 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

About QAV

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.

 

 

Tony Kynaston

Tony Kynaston

The Guru

Cameron Reilly

Cameron Reilly

The Student

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