Season 1, Episode 43

  No Old, Bold Pilots

“There are old pilots and there are bold pilots, but there are no old, bold pilots.”

– Charles D Ellis

 

On this episode of our investing podcast:

  • We have our second QAV Club subscriber guest, Paul, a criminal lawyer from Sydney, who calls himself “a disastrous investor”.
  • Paul asked Tony a bunch of great questions about the checklist, including drilling down on why Tony doesn’t try to understand a business deeply before he invests in it (like Warren Buffett and Peter Lynch), and about understanding how to factor in shorting.
  • Cameron reads out some quotes from “Winning The Loser’s Game” by Charles D Ellis and gets Tony’s comments on them.
  • Our stock deep dive of the week is MRC – Mineral Commodities

 

 

 

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