Today our guest is Co-Founder and Managing Director of the company that produces Stock Doctor – Tim Lincoln. Tim co-founded the company in 1991 with his father Dr. Merv Lincoln and Stock Doctor was launched 6 years later, in 1997. Today, Tim has grown a highly successful financial technology and investment business that includes a growing team of 40 finance professional, thousands of long-term Stock Doctor members and over $800 million invested in their three industry leading Australian and US managed funds. Don’t forget we have an exclusive Stock Doctor offer for QAV members


QAV 730 – Consistency Is The Key

In this episode of the QAV podcast, we look at recent news involving SGI, ATP, FGM, CVL, AX1 and a deep dive into ABB’s recent share price drop and business fundamentals. We discuss listener Conrad’s successful modification of the QAV investment system, which led to a 31.4% return in the last year and review some advice from O’Shaughnessy’s ‘What Works on Wall Street’ regarding consistency in investing. The after-hours segment includes discussions on examples of outstanding customer service, the benefits of rural call centers, and U.S. politics. We also chat about Tony’s recent golf win, film reviews of ‘Stingray’ (1976) and ‘The Assassination Bureau’ (1969), and recommend the music of The Jim Carroll Band and Grace Cummins and the Doctor Who site, stitchesintime.

QAV 729 – The Trump Bump

In this episode of the QAV podcast, hosts Tony Kynaston and Cameron Reilly are discussing a record-high in the All Ordinaries index spurred by the ‘Trump bump’, Aussie Broadband’s sudden dive (ABB), portfolio results, more FY survey results, MLX‘s bump, the Shipping Crisis, thoughts about integrating “Buyback Yield” into the checklist, and Tony breaks down the history and market stance of Elders Limited (ELD) in a detailed ‘pulled pork’ segment. They also explore the Apple Vision Pro’s new features and its future alongside immersive tech like Oculus Rift, then shift to the political scene with discussions on Trump’s influence on global conflicts. The conversations touch on AI, Elon Musk’s ventures like Neuralink and SpaceX, horse racing updates, book recommendations, and reviews of ‘Better Call Saul’ and Tom Cruise films.


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