On today’s show, our mastermind group talks about four different stock ideas that might outperform the market. IN THIS EPISODE, YOU’LL LEARN: – What is the intrinsic value of Biogen, GrafTech, Allstate, and i3 Verticals – If Mohnish Pabrai’s newest stock pick GrafTech is a good investment – Why you would want to buy a
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In this episode of The Investor’s Podcast, the Stig and Preston were asked important questions from a new value investor that’s interested in putting money into the stock market. If you’re looking to do the same, or you’re interested in hearing some fantastic questions, you won’t want to miss this week’s episode. IN THIS EPISODE,
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In this episode, Preston and Stig talk to one of their heroes, Tony Robbins. Tony is an entrepreneur and runs multiple businesses that have sales of 6 billion a year. Tony is a New York Times Best Selling author and has personally worked with some of the most profound influences in the world. During the
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When a company becomes the newest darling among retail traders, watch out. I actually like video-game hardware and accessories company Corsair Gaming (NASDAQ:CRSR), but its apparent popularity among Reddit users may be a warning sign for CRSR stock. Source: Rawpixel.com/Shutterstock.com Don’t get me wrong. I find it fascinating that r/WallStreetBets participants are standing up to the
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Investing in rental properties can supply investors with steady revenue streams that cover the mortgage while supplying some extra profits each month; when such properties are ultimately sold, investors stand to enjoy substantial windfalls. But these selling events can trigger significant long-term capital gains tax liabilities. Case in point: that tax rate is 15% if you’re
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In the age of meme trades and wild bets in speculative markets, the idea of jumping on board cheap stocks to buy might seem risky from all angles, particularly from the time perspective. That is, you typically don’t want to chase trading narratives that are long in the tooth. And this objection — along with
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