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Here Are Some Other Questions We Get A Lot:
How does the free trial work?
Listen to all of our premium episodes for free for two weeks. We're pretty confident that if you're a serious investor, you'll want to continue listening after the trial has finished, but if you don't just cancel with one click.
Can you answer questions about my personal financial situation?
No, we are not financial advisers. We are teaching a system that will help you better understand how to invest for yourself. We can and will answer general questions about investing theory and practice.
If Tony's so rich, why is he doing this?
Hah! Tony would rather be playing golf. But after ten years being friends with Tony, I eventually smartened up enough to realise I needed to learn more about the basis of Tony's investing success. As a professional podcaster, I of course decided a podcast was the best way to learn his system. Tony agreed to it because he felt sorry for me and he's a nice guy. All of the subscription fees go to me to cover my production costs.
Is this a scam?
If a free podcast is a scam, it's a poorly-conceived one. You can listen to the free episodes for as long as you like and then sign up to the premium content once you're convinced Tony knows what he's talking about.
Can I cancel at any time?
You can cancel your subscription at any time. No contracts, no committment. We only want subscribers who are serious about learning to become serious investors.
What is value investing?
Value investing is an an approach to investing developed by professors Benjamin Graham and David Dodd of Columbia Business School in their breakthrough book SECURITY ANALYSIS (1934) and Graham’s later book THE INTELLIGENT INVESTOR (1949). Their most famous and successful student is Warren Buffett, the chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway.
Why is it called QAV?
QAV stands for QUALITY AT VALUE. Tony's approach is to use a checklist to find companies that are performing well (quality) but which can also be bought at a discount (value). It's basically what is usually called "value investing".