Season 3, Episode 16

  THE DATA HOARDER

316 QAV (The Australian Investing Podcast)

This week we have a 100 minute premium episode answering all of your excellent questions about subjects such as:

– Banks and sentiment

– AQG / SSR merger

– Stanmore Coal acquisition offer

– Buying more when the price drops below the buy line

– Using a 5 yr/weekly chart to help fine tune your trend lines

– Using the checklist to score LICs

– Holding back on the retail sector

– Thoughts about oil glut and prices affecting Oil/Coal companies

– During previous times of volatility (like GFC or dot com bust) did Tony notice a similar increases in buy/sell activity?

– How Tony stages his entry into a position

– How he regression tests the results/model

– The buy line for OSH

– SFC sell price and recent update on their financials

– How Tony decides what percentage of his capital to invest when he BUY stocks such as MQG

– How to analyse the TGP graph

– Why the TRS, WPL and MQG charts are different

– and Tony also introduces his new magic 3PTL maths.

 

 

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