Season 1, Episode 2

 How He Does It 

On this episode of our value investing podcast, Tony explains how he consistently beats the market by using a custom-built checklist. He walks me through the metrics he pays attention to – and why.
Tony explains the fairly short list of financial metrics that he pays attention to (see the QAV worksheet). These help him tell if the company’s shares offer a high enough quality at a price that he thinks is going to achieve the kind of return he wants to make. Out of the ~2500 companies on the ASX, he believes only a very small number pass even his first hurdle. Value investing is all about finding the handful of high quality companies whose shares are going cheap.

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