Season 1, Episode 35

  The Gambler 

I found myself listening to Kenny Rogers’ The Gambler recently (one of my dad’s favourite songs when I was a kid) and it made me think of this week’s show. A little bit of unintended value investing wisdom in that song.

But how do we know when to sell a stock? This week we have a few questions from club members about when to sell and three-point trendlines. We also talk about Tony’s horse that ran in the Cox Plate and why our checklist doesn’t have a debt-to-equity data point.

Our stock analysis this week is KSL – Kina Securities.

 

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