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The Investing for Beginners Podcast offers premium investment guidance for beginners to decode industry jargon, silence crippling confusion, and help you overcome emotions-- by looking at the numbers.

The Investing for Beginners Podcast - Your Path to Financial Freedo‪m‬ Andrew Sather and Dave Ahern

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The Investing for Beginners Podcast offers premium investment guidance for beginners to decode industry jargon, silence crippling confusion, and help you overcome emotions-- by looking at the numbers.

    IFB187: Red Flags, CFDs, What’s The Appeal of SPACs?

    IFB187: Red Flags, CFDs, What’s The Appeal of SPACs?

    Welcome to the Investing for Beginners podcast. In today’s show we discuss:







    * How to spot red flags in financial statements* Investing with margin and some of the dangers* Assessing Intel and other Semiconductor ETFs* What are SPACs and how to invest in them?







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    Announcer (00:02):









    I love this podcast because it crushes your dreams and getting rich quickly. They actually got me into reading stats for anything you’re tuned in to the Investing for Beginners podcast led by Andrew Sather and Dave Ahern with step-by-step premium investing guidance for beginners. Your path to financial freedom starts now.











    Dave (00:32):











    All right, folks, we’ll welcome you to the Investing for Beginners podcast. Tonight. We have episode 187 tonight. We’re going to answer some listener questions that have a bit of a theme to them. We’re going to talk a little bit about red flags. We’re going to talk about things that maybe give you pause or holding off on investing in a company or different ideas. So I’m going to go ahead and read the first question, and Andrew and I will go ahead and do our usual give and take. Let’s go ahead and read the first question. This is from Louis. I am from the UK and have been tuning into your podcast. That’s the start of the pandemic in March. Thanks for your podcast. I have significantly improved my financial literacy. I have been reading a few annual reports, but I can’t seem to make a judgment about which companies not to invest in.



















    Dave (01:19):











    I can make such a judgment when working at metrics because it is black and white. However, with the annual report, everything seems positive, and I could never find a reason not to invest in a company after reading an annual report. What makes you decide not to invest in a company, red flags, et cetera, Andrew, what are your thoughts on his excellent question?











    Andrew (01:41):

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    Explaining the Cult of Warren Buffett

    Explaining the Cult of Warren Buffett

    Welcome to the Investing for Beginners podcast, in today’s show we discuss the cult of Warren Buffett with Eric Schleien of Granite Capital Management and the Intelligent Investing Podcast.







    * Berkshire Hathaway annual meetings* Searching for “under the radar stocks”* How to find investment ideas* Investing outside of the U.S.* Competitive Moats







    To learn more about Eric and his firm, check out the links below:







    Eric Scheien







    Intelligent Investing Podcast







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    Announcer (00:02):











    I love this podcast because it crushes your dreams and getting rich quickly. They actually got me into reading stats for anything you’re tuned in to the Investing for Beginners podcast led by Andrew Sather and Dave Ahern with step-By-step premium investing guidance for beginners; your path to financial freedom starts now.











    Dave (00:32):











    All right, folks, we’ll welcome you to the Investing for Beginners podcast. Tonight. We have a special guest with us tonight. We have Eric Schleien from who is the CEO and founder of Granite State Capital management. He also has a great podcast called the Intelligent Investor podcast, and he has agreed to join us today and talk about some really interesting, cool stuff. So, and some things we haven’t discussed before.











    Eric (00:54):











    So Erica, why don’t you say hi and tell us a little bit about yourself, if you wouldn’t mind. Well, thank you for having me on. Yeah, so my name is Eric Schleien, and ID run and Granite State Capital Management, a hardcore value investing junkie since I’m 14 years old, is when I started reading about Buffett. And you know, my interest in investing came so big props to the Motley fool. They had written book years and years ago called it was something like an investment guide for teens, how to make more money than your parents or something like that.











    Eric (a href="https://www.temi.

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    IFB186: Portfolio Makeover, Lithium Battery Stocks, Active Bond Trading

    IFB186: Portfolio Makeover, Lithium Battery Stocks, Active Bond Trading

    Welcome to the Investing for Beginners podcast. In today’s show we discuss:







    * How to adjust your portfolio if you are unhappy with its performance* How to view learning and the compounding effect* The potential of Lithium and the battery industry* Bond ETFs versus active bond investing







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    Announcer (00:02):







    I love this podcast because it crushes your dreams and getting rich quick. They actually got me into reading stats for anything you’re tuned in to the Investing for Beginners podcast led by Andrew Sather and Dave Ahern with step-by-step premium investing guidance for beginners. Your path to financial freedom starts now.







    Dave (00:32):







    All right, folks, we’ll welcome to Investing for Beginners podcast. Tonight. We have episode 186. We’re going to return to answering a great list of questions. We’ve got three fantastic ones that we’re going to go ahead and answer for you guys tonight. So I’m going to go ahead and read the first one and then Andrew and I will do our usual give and take. So here we go. Ben here from the UK London, first off great podcast from yourself and Dave top stuff. And it’s my daily routine of listening to and from work every day. My question is about a new investor. Basically, I’ve jumped the gun, so to speak. I’ve begun investing as I’ve been learning, only to realize that I have not done anywhere near enough research on the companies. I have kept my portfolio diverse, but I have basically just bought a lot of companies that have been hit hard because of COVID locally; within the timeframe that I’ve been investing around a month or so, my portfolio is up around six to 8% mainly because of Tesla LOL, but I’d say that it was around a 50, 50 split on the companies either in green or red.















    Dave (01:35):







    So what I’m wondering is would you think on Keepa keeping the portfolio short term, hoping they’ll arise and then economy co COVID sorts itself out or sell, take the 68% and go straight back to the drawing boards? My thought was to hold out, not invest any more money, keep warning, listening to your podcasts, reading, et cetera, then hopefully. So making any profit,

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    The Lessons and Blessings from the GameStop Short Squeeze

    The Lessons and Blessings from the GameStop Short Squeeze

    Welcome to The Investing for Beginners podcast, and on today’s show we discuss the recent market volatility regarding the situation with GameStop. We have George Papazov from Tradepro Academy with us to help educate everyone on what happened with GameStop, Robinhood, and w/Street Traders.







    Tradepro Academy







    Path to Profit: A Trader’s Journey







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    Transcipt















    Announcer (00:02):







    I love this podcast because it crushes your dreams and getting rich quick. They actually got me into reading stats for anything you’re tuned in to the Investing for Beginners podcast led by Andrew Sather and Dave Ahern with step-by-step premium investing guidance for beginners, your path to financial freedom starts now.







    Dave (00:32):







    All right, folks, we’ll welcome to The Investing for Beginners podcast. Tonight. We have a special guest in light of all the craziness that’s been going on in the market. We thought we would have a special guest on to talk about some of the goings on in the market, as well as some other things. So I’m going to do shoot to everyone. To George. George is from the trade pro Academy and he is the CEO. And he’s got an interesting story that he’s going to share with us right now. And then we’re going to talk. So, so Georgia say hello and tell us a little bit about yourself.







    George (01:02):







    Hi Dave.Hello, Andrew. All the listeners of the podcast. Uthanks for having me on, I’m really excited to talk about this topic. I know it’s getting a lot of traction and, you know, through my career, just to kick it off, I started trading as a licensed trader at Scotia bank in Canada. I was on a trading desk through the 2008 fiasco saw a lot of stories of people getting hurt. Uyou know, at the time I had a blog, I was putting out a lot of warning messages about this and, you know, I hate to say it, I did end up being right, but it didn’t feel good afterward. I felt like all the clients whose calls those taking, I let down because I didn’t really get my message out. Uand that really propelled us to start our business for online trading education.

    • 47 分鐘
    IFB185: When to Stop DRIPPING, REIT, and DCA Questions

    IFB185: When to Stop DRIPPING, REIT, and DCA Questions

    Welcome to the Investing for Beginners podcast, in today’s show Andrew and I discuss the following topics:







    * DRIPPING stocks, when to start and when to stop* Investing in REITs and some ideas of items to look for in the financials such as debt, and other metrics* How dollar cost averaging works, the mechanics and some ideas behind adding money and different allocations.







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    Announcer (00:02):











    I love this podcast because it crushes your dreams and getting rich quick. They actually got me into reading stats for anything you’re tuned in to the Investing for Beginners podcast led by Andrew Sather and Dave Ahern. Step-By-Step premium investing guide for beginners. Your path to financial freedom starts now. All right, folks, we’ll welcome.











    Dave (00:33):











    All right, folks, welcome to the Investing for Beginners podcast. Tonight is episode 185, Andrew and I got some really good listener questions over the last couple of weeks, and we’re going to take a stab at answering a few of them here on the year. So I will go ahead and read the first question, and then Andrew and I will go ahead and do our little give and take. So the first question is regarding Andrew’s favorite topic, dividends. So he says, I am currently using drip to reinvest my dividends. I would love to live off a dividend income at some point in the future; it seems like a fantasy at this point, but who knows? Is there a point in time when successful stop doing drip and withdraw dividends as income into their bank account? Is there a rule form that people use to keep dripping a certain percentage of dividends and keep a certain percentage for themselves?











    Dave (01:20):











    I’m fully aware that I’m probably getting ahead of myself to think that I could live off the dividend income, but I might force a scenario into this someday if I keep saying it out loud. So I like that idea. So, Andrew, what are your thoughts on his great question here.











    Andrew (a href="https://www.temi.com/editor/t/qxQfwuVYRU0QR7YDQaFEwwGPU-UikxivURmuhKhjVEtf3oNPjqaA6zma0kspR6NVSZ7fxMS7qcVARENU_j1t5ZZLsDU?

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    IFB184: Boring Dividend Advice From A Boomer

    IFB184: Boring Dividend Advice From A Boomer

    Welcome to the Investing for Beginners Podcast. In today’s show we discuss a few diferent topics:







    * How DRIP investing works* The power of dividends over a long period* Shareholder yield, the growth of share buybacks plus dividends







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    Announcer (00:02):











    I love this podcast because it crushes your dreams and getting rich quick. They actually got me into reading stats for anything you’re tuned in to the Investing for Beginners podcast led by Andrew Sather and Dave Ahern. A step-by-step premium investing guide for beginners, your path to financial freedom starts now.











    Dave (00:32):











    All right, folks, we’ll welcome you to the Investing for Beginners podcast. Tonight is episode 184, and we’re going to return to a subject we have not talked about in a little bit. We’re going to get you all jazzed and excited about dividends. Yeah, that’s it dividends. So I’m going to turn it over to the Drip King himself. My friend, Andrew, we’re going to start talking about some dividends, Andrew, take it away.











    Andrew (00:52):











    The only thing I can promise is there’ll be one person excited about dividends, and outside of that, there’ll be no more promises because when it comes to the stock market, dividends are not the most exciting thing. And I get it right, especially in the market environment. Like now you have an IPO like door dash to go up 50% in. How, how, how, how fast are they going? 50% Dave, you should take five days, five whole days.











    Andrew (01:20):



















    Okay. So obviously, old folks like me who invest money in the old way, very boring way. I don’t know what they’re doing. And you know, you see these big gains and, and crazy price appreciations from a lot of different stocks. And so it can become very hard to get excited. When you look at a dividend-paying stock and you see a yield of, you know,

    • 31 分鐘

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