As we’re joined by special guest Taylor Reilly, we talk about flatulent labels, redefining how a stock comes out of being a Josephine, our portfolio performance for the FY, a pulled pork on CCP, Greenblatt and LEAPS, when to sell after a 3PTL breach, should MAM be on the list, what to do with stocks we get from a demerger, what to do with MXI, more about property v shares, and and whether or not we need to check for a qualified audit if it’s an ASX200/300 company.

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QAV 722 – WELTANSCHAUUNG

In this episode, Tony provides insights into recent retail sales figures, the market’s reaction, and the concept of ‘confession season’ in the corporate world. Then he conducts a detailed ‘Pulled Pork’ segment on Stealth Group (SGI), a tool retailer, evaluating its financial health, market performance, and prospects.

In the club edition, we also discuss the reasons behind varying member performances (and our own performance), and discuss the importance of sticking to a disciplined investment model.

QAV 721 – Dr No

In 721 we discuss the pain of FND, why Aussie investors keep investing in unprofitable companies, and TK does a Pulled Pork on SRV.

In the club edition only: the myth of the ‘new normal’, why LIC AFIC is selling below its NTA, how Aussie investors can benefit from the AI boom, what we should do about copper prices being up, how to interpret the number of buys going down, how often is TK is making purchases based on factors outside the numbers, and how to interpret the resignation of the PRN CFO.

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