S01E39 – The Discounted Cash Flow

Another long episode!
WIth talk about why we sold Apollo Tourism again.
Howard Marks and the “Great Sag”.
Tony explains how to calculate a Discounted Cash Flow in detail.
We talk about our friend Torsten’s new bitcoin film “Cryptopia” and what we think about bitcoin as an investment.
Tony reveals his drink of the week.
And our analysis this week is Tap Oil.

S01E38 – The Negroni Method

In this week’s jam packed episode, we answer the following questions from new subscriber Tess in Melbourne:

1. During reporting season, how do you decide which companies to put through the checklist given there are 2000 or so listed companies on the ASX?
2. The AFR new 52 week high tables have not been available since July, is there any other place I can source this info or can you recommend an alternative strategy for picking stocks to analyse?
3. I would like to be able to perform my own financial strength analysis as I do not have stock doctor. Cameron went over this briefly in one of your earlier episodes but there are some gaps in my knowledge.

We also talk about the Sohn Hearts and Minds conference that’s happening this week as well as the Wilson Asset Management AGM.

This time it’s different.

In his book “The Most Important Thing”, billionaire value investor Howard Marks from Oaktree Capital quotes from a book published in 1932 called “Oh Yeah?” by Edward Angly.  It’s a compilation of wisdom from business and political leaders...

S01E37 – Preparing For The Collapse

This week Tony answers a couple of questions from club member Dave about why Warren Buffet & Berkshire are sitting on a massive pile of cash and how Tony is preparing for a “global market crunch”. We also talk some more about listed investment companies and in our club section we take a look at the financials of gold miner PRU (Perseus Mining).

S01E36 – Listed Investing Companies

This week Tony explains why he sometimes invests in Listed Investing Companies like Wilson Asset Management. We also talk about what to do with our worst-performing stock SMR, our extremely good end of month results, Tony’s horse that ran on Melbourne Cup day (not as good), and my son Taylor joins us to analyse oil and gas exploration and production company CUE.