Tony reports on his recent analysis on companies that go from a negative cashflow to a positive cashflow; Tony has been trying to find a place where a qualified audit is recorded that makes them easier to find than having to scroll through the annual report; GLE’s results are out and their shares are up; Speaking of scorecards, we’re publishing our first official scorecard since getting our AFSL this week! ; Our portfolio just passed the two year anniversary and is looking good; Tony’s pulled pork this week is CVW, Clearview Wealth; and we talk about ASG, MXI, VRS, commodity stocks, VUK, HUM, CKF and CAR.
This week on QAV we talk about Bloody Thursday, James’ great QAV results, how Navexa calculates portfolio returns, Buffett’s global market indicator, CVW hiring investment bankers, CCV’s new QAV score, audit reports still coming out, ATL’s audit, lobbying ASIC about 4E statements, Josephines being due to dividend drops, Munger’s “always invert” lesson, Tony’s pulled pork is AIS, James asks about modifying the QAV process for commodities, Steve asks about WMC’s audit, Dave asks about running multiple portfolios, Edward asks about inflation, and Mark asks about how Tony picks large cap stocks. Plus After Hours!
This week we have some big news, talk about some minor errors we’ve fixed in the checklist and bible, then Tony does a pulled pork on COG, we explain ASX’s cash flow anomaly from last week, Tony talk about some recent regression testing he has done on selling when the QAV score hits 0.5 and on using ROE in our checklist, Shell scenario planning frameworks, whether or not we should discount sentiment for companies with a small float, which part of the cycle Tony thinks the market is in and whether or not it matters, MYE’s falling QAV score, the sell line for CDD, the buy line for CAA, and how Tony treats REITs.