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Join a growing community of investors who are building wealth through rational thinking and compound interest. Hosted by Chris Franco, CMQ Investing uncovers the truth about investing. You will learn the investment strategies of legendary investors like Charlie Munger, Warren Buffett, and John Bogle. We share lessons from investment books and academic studies, and combine this with market commentary and financial news. Tune-out the noise when you tune-in with us!

CMQ Investing Presents: Compound Money Quietly Chris Franco

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    • 4.8 • 111 Ratings

Join a growing community of investors who are building wealth through rational thinking and compound interest. Hosted by Chris Franco, CMQ Investing uncovers the truth about investing. You will learn the investment strategies of legendary investors like Charlie Munger, Warren Buffett, and John Bogle. We share lessons from investment books and academic studies, and combine this with market commentary and financial news. Tune-out the noise when you tune-in with us!

    Bear Market Investing: How to Stay Sane & Build Wealth When Stocks Are Dropping

    Bear Market Investing: How to Stay Sane & Build Wealth When Stocks Are Dropping

    According to the Wall Street Journal, “investors and their frayed nerves were tested further Friday" as the S&P 500 briefly dipped into bear market terrain, or 20% below its most recent high. In response to this news, I share the wisdom that helps me stay rational as an investor during these uncertain times in the stock market.

    • 16 min
    Should You Wait for Good Stocks to Go on Sale?

    Should You Wait for Good Stocks to Go on Sale?

    Is it inefficient to wait for good companies (or stocks) to go on sale? I share my response to this question from a fellow CMQ Investor. The wisdom is relevant to today’s stock market and will endure in the future no matter the market conditions. If you enjoy the episode, please follow the podcast and share it with a friend.

    • 8 min
    How Charlie Munger Made Millions After the Stock Market Crash of 2008

    How Charlie Munger Made Millions After the Stock Market Crash of 2008

    During the 2008 financial crisis, Charlie Munger made millions on behalf of the Daily Journal corporation by investing their cash in beaten-down stocks. I share the lessons from a 2013 Wall Street Journal article about how Charlie was able to profit while other investors panicked. If you enjoy the episode, please follow the podcast and share it with a friend.

    • 6 min
    How Warren Buffett Picks Winning Stocks (Remastered)

    How Warren Buffett Picks Winning Stocks (Remastered)

    Want to learn how to pick stocks like Warren Buffett? In Episode #90 of the CMQ Investing podcast, we go back in time to 1996, a year when Warren Buffett unveiled the wisdom of his stock-picking strategy. If you enjoy the episode, please follow the podcast and share it with a friend.

    • 10 min
    The Overlooked Reason Why Elon Musk Bought Twitter for $44 Billion (& Why Tesla Shareholders May Benefit Long-Term)

    The Overlooked Reason Why Elon Musk Bought Twitter for $44 Billion (& Why Tesla Shareholders May Benefit Long-Term)

    In Episode #89 of the CMQ Investing Podcast, I share my hot take on the overlooked reason why Elon Musk bought Twitter: It ensures that Tesla’s ($TSLA) marketing and advertising remain essentially free for the foreseeable future. If you enjoy the episode, please follow the podcast and share it with a friend.

    • 4 min
    Netflix Stock’s $50 Billion Collapse - What Are the Lessons? (Hint: Moats Are Mandatory)

    Netflix Stock’s $50 Billion Collapse - What Are the Lessons? (Hint: Moats Are Mandatory)

    Shares in Netflix ($NFLX) plunged 35% on Wednesday, after the company announced they lost 200,000 subscribers in Q1 2022. In Episode #88 of the CMQ Investing podcast, I share the enduring investing lessons from Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger that this news can help us remember and retain. If you enjoy the episode, please follow the podcast and share it with a friend.

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Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
111 Ratings

111 Ratings

kmect ,

Valuable

Chris shares his opinion about different value stocks. I find this podcast valuable

Sucker Who Trusted Blinker ,

Investing Intelligently

I highly recommend this podcast. Each episode I have listened to has given me things to mull over and look into when I have the time. Even though this is focused on investing, I feel this is also about making good decisions in general and being rational which is applicable to other areas in life. If you are wanting to give this podcast a try, start out with the episodes about mental models. Those are pure gold!

SLUF A7D ,

Episode #74 Annual Letter

Chris…I believe in humor, but you showed no respect for Mr Buffett. Harping on Italics through your episode, insinuating he doesn’t know how to write, calling him Dude, poking fun at the death of Paul Andrews, etc. Your Mentor Charlie Munger says avoiding stupidity is a big part of having a successful life…you failed miserably!

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