This week we introduce the “Gladys” graph and the “Napoleon” line. We talk about our stocks of the week (NHC, CVW), the doom and gloom in the global markets and how to use QAV to stay sane, the MYR collapse, how to calculate the sell line for SDG post-dividend, and the charts for AMI, BSE.

In the Club Edition, we also talk about when to buy back into iron ore stocks like FMG, STO sentiment and oil prices, our 4E submission to the ASA, why RIC is a “get in quick” stock, why BXB and ANN dropped quickly, investment structures if you’re living off the dividends (like TK is now), and whether Tony would consider investing in something like BBUS or BBOZ. All that and after hours!

Full transcript available here.

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