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IFB337: Investing with a Margin of Safety: A Strategic Approach

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Welcome back to The Investing For Beginners Podcast, this is episode 337, and I'm your host Dave, along with co-host Andrew. Today we delve into the intricacies of stock prices and their movement—or lack thereof. Andrew kicks things off by discussing why stocks might stagnate due to reasons such as overpaying and uncertain prospects, while I'll touch on how some companies might just slip under the radar, creating illiquidity in trading.

In this episode, we'll also unpack the meaty concept of a stock's terminal value, with a nod to tech giants like Walmart and Apple, and talk about how expectations for future growth can hugely influence stock returns – thinking about companies like Zoom and Peloton during the pandemic.

As we weave through these topics, we'll tackle the big question many of you have: should your hard-earned money go into a high-yield savings account or an index fund? It's all about what you're saving for and your timeline - we'll guide you through these choices, from short-term goals like a house or a car, to long-term plans such as retirement, highlighting the importance of dollar-cost averaging.

We're also hitting on the rapid price escalations of companies like PayPal and Nvidia, and what it means to "grow into their valuations." Plus, we have an audience question from Rachel about the sometimes puzzling differences between depreciation and amortization on cash flow and income statements. We'll clear the air on that, so you understand the impact on a company's financial health without getting bogged down in the numbers.

And remember, as Einstein said, "Make it as simple as it needs to be and no simpler." Are you ready to demystify investing? Let's get into it!

00:00 Investing in stocks needs long-term time horizon.

05:24 Time in market beats timing market, habitually invest.

06:26 Consistently invest in market for long-term benefit.

11:23 Accounting principles: balancing revenues, costs, and statements.

13:59 Income statement items explained including non-cash expenses.

16:33 Buyers knew company's greatness; uncertainty about future.

19:55 Finance industry values long-term prospects of stocks.

24:02 Anticipation of revenue growth drives stock prices up.

27:37 Active investing requires diligence and attention to detail.

For more insight like this into investing and stock selection for beginners, visit stockmarketpdf.com

Find great investments at Value Spotlight

Have questions? Send them to newsletter@einvestingforbeginners.com

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Welcome back to The Investing For Beginners Podcast, this is episode 337, and I'm your host Dave, along with co-host Andrew. Today we delve into the intricacies of stock prices and their movement—or lack thereof. Andrew kicks things off by discussing why stocks might stagnate due to reasons such as overpaying and uncertain prospects, while I'll touch on how some companies might just slip under the radar, creating illiquidity in trading.

In this episode, we'll also unpack the meaty concept of a stock's terminal value, with a nod to tech giants like Walmart and Apple, and talk about how expectations for future growth can hugely influence stock returns – thinking about companies like Zoom and Peloton during the pandemic.

As we weave through these topics, we'll tackle the big question many of you have: should your hard-earned money go into a high-yield savings account or an index fund? It's all about what you're saving for and your timeline - we'll guide you through these choices, from short-term goals like a house or a car, to long-term plans such as retirement, highlighting the importance of dollar-cost averaging.

We're also hitting on the rapid price escalations of companies like PayPal and Nvidia, and what it means to "grow into their valuations." Plus, we have an audience question from Rachel about the sometimes puzzling differences between depreciation and amortization on cash flow and income statements. We'll clear the air on that, so you understand the impact on a company's financial health without getting bogged down in the numbers.

And remember, as Einstein said, "Make it as simple as it needs to be and no simpler." Are you ready to demystify investing? Let's get into it!

00:00 Investing in stocks needs long-term time horizon.

05:24 Time in market beats timing market, habitually invest.

06:26 Consistently invest in market for long-term benefit.

11:23 Accounting principles: balancing revenues, costs, and statements.

13:59 Income statement items explained including non-cash expenses.

16:33 Buyers knew company's greatness; uncertainty about future.

19:55 Finance industry values long-term prospects of stocks.

24:02 Anticipation of revenue growth drives stock prices up.

27:37 Active investing requires diligence and attention to detail.

For more insight like this into investing and stock selection for beginners, visit stockmarketpdf.com

Find great investments at Value Spotlight

Have questions? Send them to newsletter@einvestingforbeginners.com

SUBSCRIBE TO THE SHOW

Apple | Spotify | Google | Amazon | Tunein

Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

  continue reading

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