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    IFB135: 4 Tips for Beginning Investors with Braden Dennis

    IFB135: 4 Tips for Beginning Investors with Braden Dennis

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    Dave:                                    00:36                     Welcome

    to the Investing for Beginners podcast. This is episode 135 tonight. We have special

    return guests this third time with us on the show though it’s a record we have

    Braden Dennis from Stratosphere Investing. He is our Canadian expert all

    around, great guy, and very smart and a lot of fun to talk to. So Braden, why

    don’t you tell us a little bit about what’s been going on with you since the

    last time we spoke.







    Braden:                                00:59                     Absolutely.

    Yeah, it’s good to get to talk to you guys, and thanks for having me back on

    the show. Episode 135 that is awesome. Congratulations. And I like you guys

    enough to miss my two favorite hockey teams. We’re playing each other right

    now, so you guys should feel pretty good about that. Are you allowed to have

    two? So we’ll get to it when you’re Canadian, you can have five. Exactly. I

    live in Toronto, so I have to cheer for the Leafs, but I was born in Calgary,

    Calgary flames fan. Wow. Yeah, that’s green. Doesn’t know. I know. Well, they

    don’t play each other that often, so I don’t have to run to this issue very

    often. Well, good to know.







    Braden:                                01:39                     Yeah.

    So it can be somewhat more entertaining than they pick you up. All right. So

    yeah, I know it’s really good to be back. As I’ve mentioned before, I am an investor.

    I’ve been investing since the day I turned 18 when I was able to open up my

    investing account. And yeah, it’s been great. I think the first time I came on

    • 39 min
    IFB134: Skin in the Game Book Review

    IFB134: Skin in the Game Book Review

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    New

    Speaker:                   00:35                     All

    right folks welcome to Investing for Beginners podcast episode 134 tonight

    we’re going to do a book review. I’m going to talk about it, a book that I read

    recently and we’ll kind of go over some notes that I took on the book and

    Andrew and I will talk a little bit about it. So the name of the book is called

    Skin in the Game. Nassim Tabel wrote it. Now, if you have not read any of his

    books, this is his fifth installment of the Incerto series. So he’s also

    written, saw other fantastic books like a Black Swan Antifragile as skin in the

    game as it is a most recent one. That’s the one that I’ve read. I have not read

    the other four yet. Andrew, have you read any of his books?







    Andrew:                              01:18                     I’ve

    done some of Black Swan [inaudible]. He’s like a fascinating guy’s got a lot of

    great ideas. People Revere him because when he wrote Black Swan, I think it was

    right before either the 2010 flash crash or the 2008, 2009 bear market. But the

    gist of it is that people try to reduce risk in the market and, but they’re

    investing, but they don’t think of what it is called, like a Sigma six-event or

    something. They don’t think of that Black Swan. The unprecedented event that

    we’ve never seen. And all it takes is that to wipe out all the other smarts and

    gains that you’ve had. And you know, the timing of that book was great. The

    theories in the book and everything like that is really good. And that’s

    something that, especially, I think as the internet goes on and on and on, and

    I’ll stop going on and on and on about it.







    Andrew:                              02:21                   ...

    • 27 min
    IFB133: Intro to Investing in Oil and Commodities

    IFB133: Intro to Investing in Oil and Commodities

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    Dave:                                    00:36                     All

    right folks, we’ll welcome to investing podcast. This is episode 133 today.

    Andrew and I are going to discuss commodities and oil a little bit. We’ve not

    talked about these before and so we thought we would touch on this subject a

    little bit. So Andrew, why don’t you go ahead and share your thoughts with me

    and we’ll have our little conversation.







    Andrew:                              00:56                     Okay.

    so you know, oil has been awful lately. Have, have you invested in any oil

    stocks as of late?







    Dave:                                    01:06                     Uh

    not as of late, but about three years ago, I did buy a company called national

    Oilwell. Varco yeah, that sounds right. Yup, yup, yup. Yeah. NOV. Yup. I didn’t

    invest in them and I lost a lot of money and then I sold out of it. So that was

    not to the bottom at the time.







    Andrew:                              01:31                     So,

    yeah, yeah, I remember looking back in 2013 and seeing that Chevron looked

    interesting. And if you look at their price charts since then, it’s been,

    they’ve done like absolutely nothing. I had bought a company that was oil

    • 26 min
    IFB132: Warren Buffett on Investing in Business Vs Pricing

    IFB132: Warren Buffett on Investing in Business Vs Pricing

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    Dave:                                    00:37                     All

    right folks, we’ll welcome to investing for beginners podcast. This is episode

    132 tonight Andrew and I are going to listen to a few clips from our uncle

    Warren Warren buffet that is, and we’re going to, I picked out some different

    interviews and picked out some different clips, and I’m going to play them for

    us. And then Andrew and I are going to comment on those as well. So hope you

    guys enjoy, and without any further ado, I’m going to go ahead and turn it over

    to uncle Warren and let him do his thing.







    Warren

    Buffett:                01:06                     Well,

    yeah, if you own stocks like it on a farm or apartment house, you don’t get a

    quote on those every day or every week. And I think you look, you look at the

    business, and the value of American does. This depends on how much it delivers

    in cash to its owners over between now and judgment day. And I don’t think it

    changes by 10%.







    Andrew:                              01:23                     Yeah,

    I liked this one. Was this from a recent Berkshire meeting? It sounds very

    familiar. It’s an interview that he gave on TV about a year ago. Yeah, I

    remember that interview. I think it was with Becky Quick on CNBC. That’s

    correct. I’m everything out now. Okay, cool. Yeah. Yeah. So yeah, I liked that

    quote by Buffet. When you look at the market, and you see the wild swings,

    we’ve, you know, one of the things that have been on my mind lately is the big

    moves and a lot of these different stocks based on just the smallest of news.

    And so you’ll see these huge swings and it goes against what you know is a

    business losing, let’s say 10% of its earning power or gaining 10%...

    • 35 min
    IFB131: What to Consider for Your 2020 Investing and Personal Finance Goals

    IFB131: What to Consider for Your 2020 Investing and Personal Finance Goals

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    emotions by looking at the number, your path to financial freedom starts now.







    Dave:                                    00:36                     All

    right folks, we’ll welcome to investing for beginners podcast. This is episode

    131 tonight. Andrew and I are going to talk a little bit about the upcoming

    year. So Andrew had a great idea, and we’re going to talk about the year 2020

    and things to consider for your investing and your personal finance in upcoming

    years. So Andrew’s got a whole list of things for us to talk about. So I’m

    going to go ahead and turn it over to my friend and we’ll get going.







    Andrew:                              01:03                     Well,

    thank you, friend. You’re welcome. So many of the different things we can talk

    about. I want to talk about like the fed politics things and big themes to look

    out for next year. All sorts of things. I think it’s good to start with

    unemployment statistics. The latest figures for unemployment this is last

    month, November 2019, it’s down to 3.5%. So to me, when I think about what that

    means and how we look at the course of our finances, right? You want to make

    hay while that while the sun is shining and you, you want to look at a time

    like this where unemployment is so low as a time where you should be saving and

    not spending.







    Andrew:                              01:55                     So

    I think if you think about, you know if you’re gainfully employed, and you

    know, I’m assuming a lot of people who listen to us now probably are, and

    they’re looking to grow their money. This needs to be a time where you build an

    emergency fund, you increased contributions to the various personal finance

    • 36 min
    IFB130: A Biotech Value Trap?

    IFB130: A Biotech Value Trap?

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    emotions by looking at the number, your path to financial freedom starts now.







    Dave:                                    00:36                     All

    right folks, we’ll welcome to Investing for Beginners podcast episode 130

    tonight. Andrew and I are going to try a little experiment. Well, Andrew is

    going to test some stuff out on me so he had a great idea for the show and I

    don’t know exactly what we’re going to do. I do, but what’s going to happen is

    that Andrew is going to read some information from a tank K and some footnotes,

    and we’re going to talk about a possible value trap. And so I’m going to be a

    little bit of his Guinea pig tonight, so it is like if you, and he and I were

    talking to you guys as listeners, I’m going to be kind of the listener tonight,

    so this should be kind of fun. So without any further ado, I’m going to turn it

    over to Andrew and he’s going to do some pocket.







    Andrew:                              01:18                     Yeah,

    let’s do it. I wanted to give like kind of a fresh perspective where you’re

    somebody who has no idea what’s going on, kind of a thing, and you can

    interject on when you have ideas or thoughts and see where the conversation

    goes from there.







    Andrew:                              01:35                     Basically,

    what I’m going to do in today’s episode is I’m going to do like, like let’s sit

    down as if we were going to try to find a stock today. So we’re going to use a

    screener, we’re going to use some, some financial metrics. So for you to

    understand where this conversation is going, you’re going to want to know the

    basics of that. So like I say, over and over and over again,

    • 30 min

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