Posted On August 7, 2020
Just a quick update on the podcast.
Posted On August 6, 2020
Something I've wondered about a few times: what stock has burnt the most value investors (had the most value investors invested into them but ended up exploding)?
Posted On August 4, 2020
A follow up on last week's podcast announcement. Episode #1 with Jeremy Raper of rapercapital.com is now live. You can find it on Spotify here or on YouTube here (an iTunes link is coming; despite a >trillion dollar market cap, Apple still hasn't figured out how to approve new podcasts in a timely fashion). Yes, […]
Posted On August 3, 2020
A quick tease / investment overview: the company I want to talk about today is an insurer. They’ll report earnings soon, and based on peer results I suspect the earnings will be extremely strong. Despite that, they’re trading for well under than book value. I think they are worth ~2x their current price, and that […]
Posted On July 31, 2020
Some random thoughts on articles that caught my attention in the last month. Note that I try to write notes on articles immediately after reading them, so there can be a little overlap in themes if an article grabs my attention early in the month and is similar to an article that I like later […]
Posted On July 30, 2020
Last week, I said SPACs were the most ludicrous bubble we'll ever see. In less than 10 days, I may be forced to eat my words because Kodak's current run certainly tops any SPAC for craziness. Better people than me have already touched on how ridiculous Kodak is. This piece from Epislon theory is a […]
Posted On July 29, 2020
Late last night someone on Twitter semi-jokingly said there were a bunch of good fintwit podcasts out there recently, and I should throw some more fuel on the fire. Well, be careful what you wish for, because I couldn’t get the idea out of my head. So I’m happy to announce I’m launching the Yet […]
Posted On July 27, 2020
This post is another in a series I plan do on an irregular basis. A “quickie” idea is an investment specific idea that I’ve been mulling over and find interesting, but haven’t dove fully into yet. The hope with this particular idea is to provide the jumping off point for a discussion of an idea I […]
Posted On July 22, 2020
There are a lot of things about financial markets that confuse me these days. For example, I'm confused by the pricing of a bunch of consumer experience type stocks (high end restaurants, movie theaters, etc.).
Posted On July 16, 2020
Twitter is probably the most interesting company in the world today. I mean that from both a strategy perspective and from an investment perspective. From a strategy perspective, I'm not sure there's ever been a company created so much value for its users and captured so little for itself (I liked the chart below from […]