Season 3, Episode 04

 The Five Stages Of Grief

Tony thinks the market is going through the “five stages of grief” and we debate which stage we are up to. He also talks about the “Coppock Curve” which suggests markets, like people, go through periods of mourning.

Then we answer some of your questions about:

  • the best way to set up a profile to trade, comparing full service brokers to low-cost DIY options
  • how to treat companies with negative “net income “
  • what Tony thinks about Discounted Cash Flow calculations
  • his thoughts on the possibility of inflation in the next few years
  • whether or not he ever uses options
  • whether or not found he has found any companies with good scores lately
  • and what he thinks about Kathmandu

 

 

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S03E30 – Share Shaming

On this episode we talk about why we are not trying to compete with APT investors; Tony’s recent stock buys and analysis; how he uses his “watch list” and why we’ve changed its name to the “buy list”; we we’re still manually calculating the price-to-cash ratio instead of using Stock Doctor’s figure; improved wording on how to draw a three point trend SELL line; and why sometimes a stock with great numbers might have a falling knife.

S03E29 – ALEX HAY 2

Tony’s stock broker of 25+ years, Alex Hay, a partner at broking firm EL&C Baillieu, joins us again today to talk about the different kinds of buy & sell orders and how to use them. Outside of that, Tony and I also talk about our dummy portfolio, which made it back into the black, and some excel formula errors we’ve picked up recently in the checklist.

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