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Episode 30: Rick Rule - The Contrarian Investor
 
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To subscribe to our newsletter and get notified of new shows, please visit http://accredited2accredited.com Do you have any questions about how to use debt and reduced your taxes to achieve financial freedom?, if so ask us so we will answer for FREE!. https://m.me/accredited2accredited?ref=w1571391 Rick discusses how Sprott is a Canadian company that manages 11 billion in assets. They focus exclusively on natural resource investments. He has been in the business for forty years and through four market cycles. The resource business is very cyclical, and you have to be a contrarian investor if you are in this space. The recent bear market has been spectacular in which prices fell on average by sixty percent. The resource index for equities declined by 88%. We are currently coming out of that bear market. The more risk you take, the more reward you can gain, but you have to put there time and effort into it. Early bull market gains can be obtained by just buying the best companies. There is a difference between investment and speculation, and you need to figure out where you are as an investor. You should invest in yourself before you invest in markets. You should start by reading the intelligent investor by Ben Graham, and Rick feels its the best investment book he has ever read. The Sprott website has 200 hours of educational material that is available for free. Money is made in speculative investing by answering a series of unanswered questions. It’s an intellectual capital business. There are 30 investment company teams worldwide that have generated 90% of the performance in the industry. Speculators have to figure out who the best people are and align with them in bear markets when no one else cares. Mr. Rule holds physical gold because it’s functioned for thousands of years as a store of value and because it works like insurance. One should start with that and then work on acquiring stocks in the best of the best companies.
Views: 1657 Gena Lofton
214: 5 Reasons Why You Need to Be a Contrarian Investor
 
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Learn why contrarian indicators move opposite to the crowd. British economist, John Maynard Keynes identified features of financial markets that subject prices to herd-like behavior. “The herd-like nature and influence of animal spirits in financial exchanges, and its potential to shift independently of changes in objective facts, is, according to Keynes, a primary, ineradicable source of economic instability.” Groups move together in crowds and it impacts markets. Media is calling it “animal spirits” - Bloomberg, Barron’s, financial websites. The cover of Barron’s says Dow 20,000, pre-conditioning you to think it’s going there. Look inside Barron’s for some bullish indications that are saying the public is 63% bullish right now. Here are the reasons you need to be a contrarian investor: 1. When a good investment becomes obvious, it’s very late in the game. This means when you’re judging solely by price or return and something has gone up 100% or is crossing 20,000, you are one of the last ones in! I often tell the story of the tech fund that was up 100% in 1999 and took in over $1 billion in new assets soon after. The next 3 years it was down over 70%! I you bought at the top, you lost 70%. 2. When bullish consensus is over 60%, everyone whose going to invest already has. Like Joseph Kennedy, JFK’s father said when a shoeshine boy gave him a stock tip in 1929, everyone is already in the market if the shoeshine boy is giving stock tips. 3. Most good investments fly quietly under the radar for a long time before they are recognized. They tend to be out of favor or unnoticed by many before they become obvious and the crowd jumps in. Everyone is still talking about oil, while hedge funds have been investing in green energy for 10 years! 4. Buy low and sell high. How can you buy low if you’re buying it at the top? If you want to buy low, shouldn’t you be buying the dips? 5. Keep from getting emotional - that’s back to animal spirits but I’m talking about FOMA - fear of missing out. Sometimes people fear they are going to miss out on the Dow crossing 20,000 and it’s going to go straight to 50,000. That’s irrational! Catch my last podcast about why that won’t happen. Truthfully, the market looks very over extended here. We are due for a pullback. Even when markets start to run away from you, it’s usually overdue for a pullback and gets a more pronounced one. A famous investor said, the best time to buy stock is when blood is running in the streets. Remember you’re buying businesses, so think of when businesses earnings are best, when news is best and what quarter it might be worst. Just like you can buy houses in December for the best price and least competition, you can also buy companies that way. Here’s the thing, if you’re buying an ETF for the long-term, it doesn’t matter so much when you buy because you’re going to hold it for 10 or 20 years. The odds are in your favor to buy and hold than to try to jump in and out or be a day trader, so try to dollar cost average in - buy at regular intervals - and hold for the long-term. To get “11 Quick Financial Tips to Boost Your Wealth”, go to www.lindapjones.com.  
Views: 36 Be Wealthy & Smart
What is a Contrarian and Should You Be One?
 
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What is a Contrarian in the Stock Market and Should You Be One? ★ SUMMARY ★ In this week’s episode what I’d like to share with you is the definition of a Contrarian and should you be a contrarian. If you don’t know what a Contrarian is, at least in terms of the stock market, it’s someone who goes against the grain or takes an opposite side approach to what the majority of the people do in the stock market. For example if everybody’s going along or going for the upside and assuming stocks will continue going higher, the contrarian would say, short. On the other hand, if everybody’s thinking the stock market is going to head lower, the contrarian or the opposing view would be for stocks to pop and go higher. The contrarian approach is typically something that a lot of investors talk about is that “Oh, I’m a Contrarian, or I take the opposite of what the majority does”, and you might be wondering, “Okay, should I be a contrarian? And should I do with this way or that way? Or what is the best approach”. First off, I do want to give you some insight, the thing is that you never really know where the full majority of traders or positions of people really are, you can see what’s happening with the market as looking at the charts and seeing the reflection of what’s happening with the effect, so if there’s a lot of buying happening, you can see that the stock market has been heading higher. However, you never know if you’re going to get an influx of more buying coming in to the stock market, or if you’re going to get a lot of selling. Typically, the way I like to approach is looking at it like a rubber band or stretching things out. Here, I have few rubber bands that are attached, so when I look at the market and when I’m looking at trades taking place and looking at the charts, I’m actually looking to see how far that stock or the market has been stretched and the further it’s stretched from the middle, so the middle would be right around this area. Looking at the middle between my two fingers right here, you’re looking at how far is the stretch from that middle or center point, so think of that center point as a balance beam or an active balance or acting like a seesaw. That would be your middle point right here, so what you’re looking for is how far is it being stretched from that middle or center point, if stocks are moving higher, you can see that it continues to stretch very high and then eventually things will come back. The same thing on the opposite end of the spectrum, so if they’re pressing lower or stocks are selling off eventually things will pop back up and that is because it’s over stretched, either oversold or to the upside over bought. What you’re doing if you’re a contrarian, is you’re seeing how far things are stretched from this rubber band or from this center point, right there. So from the center point right here if I did it this way, you can see how far things are stretched either to the right or to the left. That’s really what you’re doing, is you’re looking to see if things are a little bit too high and stocks are moving to that upside, what you want to do now is be the contrarian and play it short because eventually things will come back down. Posted at: http://tradersfly.com/2016/01/contrarian-stock-market/ ★ SHARE THIS VIDEO ★ https://youtu.be/mtMNBZ1H5hQ ★ SUBSCRIBE TO MY YOUTUBE: ★ http://bit.ly/addtradersfly ★ ABOUT TRADERSFLY ★ TradersFly is a place where I enjoy sharing my knowledge and experience about the stock market, trading, and investing. Stock trading can be a brutal industry especially if you are new. Watch my free educational training videos to avoid making large mistakes and to just continue to get better. Stock trading and investing is a long journey - it doesn't happen overnight. If you are interested to share some insight or contribute to the community we'd love to have you subscribe and join us! STOCK TRADING COURSES: -- http://tradersfly.com/courses/ STOCK TRADING BOOKS: -- http://tradersfly.com/books/ WEBSITES: -- http://rise2learn.com -- http://tradersfly.com -- http://backstageincome.com -- http://sashaevdakov.com SOCIAL MEDIA: -- http://twitter.com/tradersfly -- http://facebook.com/tradersfly MY YOUTUBE CHANNELS: -- TradersFly: http://bit.ly/tradersfly -- BackstageIncome: http://bit.ly/backstageincome
Views: 2968 Sasha Evdakov
214: 5 Reasons Why You Need to Be a Contrarian Investor
 
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Learn why contrarian indicators move opposite to the crowd. British economist, John Maynard Keynes identified features of financial markets that subject prices to herd-like behavior. “The herd-like nature and influence of animal spirits in financial exchanges, and its potential to shift independently of changes in objective facts, is, according to Keynes, a primary, ineradicable source of economic instability.” Groups move together in crowds and it impacts markets. Media is calling it “animal spirits” - Bloomberg, Barron’s, financial websites. The cover of Barron’s says Dow 20,000, pre-conditioning you to think it’s going there. Look inside Barron’s for some bullish indications that are saying the public is 63% bullish right now. Here are the reasons you need to be a contrarian investor: 1. When a good investment becomes obvious, it’s very late in the game. This means when you’re judging solely by price or return and something has gone up 100% or is crossing 20,000, you are one of the last ones in! I often tell the story of the tech fund that was up 100% in 1999 and took in over $1 billion in new assets soon after. The next 3 years it was down over 70%! I you bought at the top, you lost 70%. 2. When bullish consensus is over 60%, everyone whose going to invest already has. Like Joseph Kennedy, JFK’s father said when a shoeshine boy gave him a stock tip in 1929, everyone is already in the market if the shoeshine boy is giving stock tips. 3. Most good investments fly quietly under the radar for a long time before they are recognized. They tend to be out of favor or unnoticed by many before they become obvious and the crowd jumps in. Everyone is still talking about oil, while hedge funds have been investing in green energy for 10 years! 4. Buy low and sell high. How can you buy low if you’re buying it at the top? If you want to buy low, shouldn’t you be buying the dips? 5. Keep from getting emotional - that’s back to animal spirits but I’m talking about FOMA - fear of missing out. Sometimes people fear they are going to miss out on the Dow crossing 20,000 and it’s going to go straight to 50,000. That’s irrational! Catch my last podcast about why that won’t happen. Truthfully, the market looks very over extended here. We are due for a pullback. Even when markets start to run away from you, it’s usually overdue for a pullback and gets a more pronounced one. A famous investor said, the best time to buy stock is when blood is running in the streets. Remember you’re buying businesses, so think of when businesses earnings are best, when news is best and what quarter it might be worst. Just like you can buy houses in December for the best price and least competition, you can also buy companies that way. Here’s the thing, if you’re buying an ETF for the long-term, it doesn’t matter so much when you buy because you’re going to hold it for 10 or 20 years. The odds are in your favor to buy and hold than to try to jump in and out or be a day trader, so try to dollar cost average in - buy at regular intervals - and hold for the long-term. To get “11 Quick Financial Tips to Boost Your Wealth”, go to www.lindapjones.com.  
Contrarian Investor: Stocks Have Much Room To Go
 
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Against The Herd: 6 Contrarian Investment Strategies You Should Follow
 
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Drawing upon the themes he voices on his daily CNBC commentary and those described in his book, Against the Herd, Steve Cortes challenges you to think independently and develop a healthy skepticism towards the conventional market wisdom of Wall Street and the financial media. Recorded at the annual CAR Conference.
Views: 5606 NIADATVmobile
214: 5 Reasons Why You Need to Be a Contrarian Investor
 
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Learn why contrarian indicators move opposite to the crowd. British economist, John Maynard Keynes identified features of financial markets that subject prices to herd-like behavior. “The herd-like nature and influence of animal spirits in financial exchanges, and its potential to shift independently of changes in objective facts, is, according to Keynes, a primary, ineradicable source of economic instability.” Groups move together in crowds and it impacts markets. Media is calling it “animal spirits” - Bloomberg, Barron’s, financial websites. The cover of Barron’s says Dow 20,000, pre-conditioning you to think it’s going there. Look inside Barron’s for some bullish indications that are saying the public is 63% bullish right now. Here are the reasons you need to be a contrarian investor: 1. When a good investment becomes obvious, it’s very late in the game. This means when you’re judging solely by price or return and something has gone up 100% or is crossing 20,000, you are one of the last ones in! I often tell the story of the tech fund that was up 100% in 1999 and took in over $1 billion in new assets soon after. The next 3 years it was down over 70%! I you bought at the top, you lost 70%. 2. When bullish consensus is over 60%, everyone whose going to invest already has. Like Joseph Kennedy, JFK’s father said when a shoeshine boy gave him a stock tip in 1929, everyone is already in the market if the shoeshine boy is giving stock tips. 3. Most good investments fly quietly under the radar for a long time before they are recognized. They tend to be out of favor or unnoticed by many before they become obvious and the crowd jumps in. Everyone is still talking about oil, while hedge funds have been investing in green energy for 10 years! 4. Buy low and sell high. How can you buy low if you’re buying it at the top? If you want to buy low, shouldn’t you be buying the dips? 5. Keep from getting emotional - that’s back to animal spirits but I’m talking about FOMA - fear of missing out. Sometimes people fear they are going to miss out on the Dow crossing 20,000 and it’s going to go straight to 50,000. That’s irrational! Catch my last podcast about why that won’t happen. Truthfully, the market looks very over extended here. We are due for a pullback. Even when markets start to run away from you, it’s usually overdue for a pullback and gets a more pronounced one. A famous investor said, the best time to buy stock is when blood is running in the streets. Remember you’re buying businesses, so think of when businesses earnings are best, when news is best and what quarter it might be worst. Just like you can buy houses in December for the best price and least competition, you can also buy companies that way. Here’s the thing, if you’re buying an ETF for the long-term, it doesn’t matter so much when you buy because you’re going to hold it for 10 or 20 years. The odds are in your favor to buy and hold than to try to jump in and out or be a day trader, so try to dollar cost average in - buy at regular intervals - and hold for the long-term. To get “11 Quick Financial Tips to Boost Your Wealth”, go to www.lindapjones.com.  
Views: 12 Linda P. Jones
Benefits of investing with a contrarian approach
 
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22 May 2014 - Antares Elite Opportunities Fund, Portfolio Manager Nick Pashias outlines how the fund employs a contrarian approach to invest in high conviction Australian stocks.
Ronald Stoeferle - I Like Contrarian Investing
 
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IN GOLD WE TRUST - July 2015 http://www.incrementum.li/en/research-analysis/in-gold-we-trust-2015/ On the occasion of the publication of his latest “In Gold We Trust“ report, Ronald Stoeferle talked with financial journalist Lars Schall in Vienna about the performance of the gold price in 2014/15, the risk-reward perspective of gold and gold mining shares; the gold-silver ratio and the confidence bubble in central bankers and politicians. This Vienna interview was recorded in early July.
Views: 1483 GoldSwitzerland
What does it mean to be contrarian?
 
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Anand Vasagiri from Paradice Asset Management, takes a contrarian approach to investing but says it is not only about buying stocks that are beaten. Vasagiri believes there are certain disciplines that are still required when taking a contrarian approach to ensure a level of capital protection. "We don't want to be brave for the sake of being brave. We do not like asymmetric outcomes. So if you tell me there is a stock that can go up 100% or 200% but you can also lose 100% or 50% of the capital we are not interested." In this video Vasagiri explains how they think about contrarian investing and applies this thinking in the context of investing in commodity markets.
Views: 448 Livewire Markets
Momentum Trading vs Contrarian Trading
 
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Complete Forex Strategy Here - http://fxpmsoftware.com/Simple-Forex-Strategy To learn our Forex Strategy it is important to understand the difference between momentum traders and contrarian traders. Most of our Forex Trading Strategies are Contrarian Trading Strategies, meaning we take our forex trades in the opposite direction of the current short-term sentiment.
63: Talking CEFs for 9.9%+ Yield with ‘CEF Professor’ Michael Foster
 
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Michael Foster is the Lead Research Analyst for Contrarian Outlook. He is the only analyst in the world who is 100% devoted to CEFs with market caps under $1 billion. Michaels reports are widely read by analysts and portfolio managers at some of the largest hedge funds and investment banks in the world, with trillions of dollars in assets under management. During the show, Brett Owens talks with Michael on the CEFs to buy with safe dividends and high yields. You’ll learn the difference between Closed End Funds, Mutual Funds, and Exchange Traded Funds including buying at a discount. Sam Marks will share his experience buying CEFs and explain the process. Full Show Notes - http://investlikeaboss.com/ilab-63-talking-cefs-9-9-yield-cef-professor-michael-foster/ Links: Contrarianoutlook.com - https://contrarianoutlook.com/ Where are we: Johnny FD – Ukraine Sam – Asia Discussed: Michael’s Articles - The 9.9% Yields Every Retiree Must Own - https://contrarianoutlook.com/the-9-9-yields-every-retiree-must-own/ - 10 Funds That Crush the Market and Pay up to 9.5% - https://contrarianoutlook.com/10-funds-that-crush-the-market-and-pay-up-to-9-5/ - Gabelli Equity Income Fund - https://www.google.com/finance?cid=645079310145702 Sam’s Municipal Bond CEFs  VTN - https://www.google.com/finance?q=NYSE%3AVTN&ei=TM9sWbnAHMuougSoi4WQCg VPV - https://www.google.com/finance?q=NYSE%3AVPV&ei=MM9sWcDhHs3fuQTD7piwBA IIM - https://www.google.com/finance?q=NYSE%3AIIM&ei=V85sWeryBsHWugTX9ojoBw BKN - https://www.google.com/finance?q=NYSE%3ABKN&ei=Ac9sWfmlEIXvugSRnaPoDQ NAD - https://www.google.com/finance?q=NYSE%3ANAD&ei=G89sWZibHpLnuAS677bIDw   ILAB 33 – Brett Owens, 3 Recession Proof REITs to Buy Now - http://investlikeaboss.com/33-brett-owens-3-recession-proof-reits-to-buy-now/ Try FreshBooks - https://freshbooks.com/invest Books: Start Here – Recommended Reading - http://investlikeaboss.com/start-here/   Time Stamps: 07:15 - Safe dividends and yields 10:27 - Close end funds, mutual fund, and ETF 14:35 - CEF quantity and discounts 20:51 - Typical investors 27:33 - Types of funds with high payout 41:59 - Buying CEF and municipal bond funds 43:27 - Downsides to CEF 47:32 - Process of buying If you enjoyed this episode, do us a favor and share it! Also if you haven’t’ already, please take a minute to leave us a 5-star review on iTunes and claim your bonus here! - http://investlikeaboss.com/bonus/   Copyright 2017. All rights reserved. Read our disclaimer here.
Views: 1642 Invest Like a Boss
Learning to trade contrarian and why - A review of a trade from one of our traders journals
 
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Views: 566 Jason Jenkins
‘Contrarian’ investor leaves a trail of bitterness
 
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Morris Stern lived in his parents’ Brookline home until the day he died in 2012, a lonely bachelor who quietly built a lucrative real estate portfolio — and a reputation as a first-class cheapskate. Read More: http://bit.ly/1RutrGe Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/globe Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/BostonGlobe Follow us on Google+ https://plus.google.com/+bostonglobe
Views: 156 The Boston Globe
Value investing, a contrarian approach - Tenet & Investec
 
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This video is part of Tenet's award-winning Adviser Development Programme, which includes a unique Continued Professional Development (CPD) process. To qualify for structured CPD from this video and be included in our wider CPD programme, you will need our 'My Professional Development' system which costs just £4 a month. For more details and to get access to the system, please email [email protected] or give the Tenet Events team a call on 0113 239 5334 SESSION PROFILE: Value investing is a well-trodden investment path, but not all value investing is the same. During his video, Alastair Mundy, Head of Investec Asset Management's value team, will discuss a contrarian, value investment approach and how it differs from other strategies in the market. To give the adviser a greater understanding, we will be reviewing the following questions: • What is contrarian investing? • Does contrarian investing differ from other forms of value investing? • Do you place a great deal emphasis on balance sheets? • Are there any particular areas you are focussing on that will deliver value for investors? • And unlike other contrarian strategies, you are not looking to invest in just beaten-up companies? • How does your investment approach aim to insulate investors from the drag of inflation?
Views: 1348 TenetGroupUK
Peter Thiel's investment strategies | Fortune
 
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Founders Fund partner Peter Thiel discusses investment strategies with Fortune’s Adam Lashinsky. Read Peter Thiel’s Contrarian Strategy by Roger Parloff in the current issue of Fortune. Want to see more Fortune Video? Subscribe to our channel http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=FortuneMagazineVideo Connect with Fortune Online: Read more about Fortune Business Tech: http://fortune.com/tag/brainstorm-tech/ Find Fortunes’s Official Site: http://fortune.com/ Find Fortune on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FortuneMagazine Follow @FortuneMagazine on Twitter: https://twitter.com/FortuneMagazine Find Fortune on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/FortuneMagazineVideo
Views: 8072 Fortune Magazine
Contrarian Mindset | Options Trading Concepts
 
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Being a contrarian refers to buying into weakness, and selling into strength in the options trading world. However, this does not mean we are buying options when underlyings crash and selling options when they are sky high. Tune in to learn the difference between the two, and see a few example scenarios for fading strength or weakness. New to options trading? Mike breaks down trading strategies and concepts in a visual way for beginner to intermediate investors. Click the link below to learn more: http://ow.ly/Y0Cs6 Follow: @doughTraderMike Use the hashtag #whiteboard to discover more options trading concepts! ======== tastytrade.com ======== Finally a financial network for traders, built by traders. Hosted by Tom Sosnoff and Tony Battista, tastytrade is a real financial network with 8 hours of live programming five days a week during market hours. From pop culture to advanced investment strategies, tastytrade has a broad spectrum of content for viewers of all kinds! Tune in and learn how to trade options successfully and make the most of your investments! Watch tastytrade LIVE daily Monday-Friday 7am-3:30pmCT: http://ow.ly/EbzUU Subscribe to our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/tastytrade1?sub_confirmation=1 Follow tastytrade: Twitter: https://twitter.com/tastytrade Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tastytrade LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/company/tastytrade Instagram: http://instagram.com/tastytrade Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/tastytrade/
Views: 4662 tastytrade
The contrarian case for Telstra. Sean Fenton speaking at the 2017 Future Generation Investor Forum
 
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Sean Fenton, Portfolio Manager at Tribeca Partners presents at the 2017 Future Generation Investment Forum in Sydney, Australia. The challenges for Telstra are well flagged and include margin pressure from the NBN, growing mobile competition, with the added possibility of a dividend cut. “This is all well known and largely in the price”. Less discussed is the upside from these four points: 1) Even after reduced dividends, this will provide support in a market downturn; 2) Cost out opportunities; 3) NBN payments could be ploughed into buybacks; 4) Mobile network investments should aid margins. Livewire gives investors direct access to the stock ideas, research and exclusive insights of hundreds of Australia’s leading investment professionals. To access more exclusive market content and to receive the top three insights each day, register for FREE at http://www.livewiremarkets.com Disclaimer: The information contained in this presentation is general in nature and should not be relied upon. Before making any investment or planning decisions, you should consult a licensed professional who can advise you whether your decision is appropriate for you. Contributors to this show may have commercial or financial interests in the companies mentioned.
Views: 2067 Livewire Markets
Contrarian Trading Defined
 
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http://thecontrariantrader.com/ This video reviews what is contrarian trading? As well as contrarian trading strategies as we apply them. In this video we review stock trades of long SID and short CLFD.
Views: 1690 Robert Desmond
A RIDICULOUSLY UNDERVALUED STOCK I AM BUYING RIGHT NOW
 
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I am buying a dividend stock right now that is ridiculously undervalued. Trading at forward (2018) PE of 10.58, I'm talking about IBM. Warren Buffett (via Berkshire Hathaway) is completely out of IBM as of May, 2018. As such, the stock is trading at lows, and everyone seems to hate this investment right now. Of course, as a contrarian dividend growth investor, I really love these types of opportunities! I feel this out of favor stock pick is finally turning things around (just after Buffett sold). IBM recently released their Q2 earnings, and I’m excited to share highlights in today's video: * Revenue is up 2% year over year on a comparable currency basis. Finally revenue is growing for IBM. Could this dividend stock be turning things around for good? * Revenue from strategic imperatives is up 12% year over year (constant currency basis). IBM is certainly focused on the right things. * EPS on a GAAP basis is up 5% year over year. * Net income is up 3%. * Pre-tax income up 14% year over year. * Really good trends. Numbers are up for this stock! * They expect $12 billion in free cash flow this year. * With an expected $13.80 EPS in 2018, a share price of $145.97, the PE is 10.58. It seems like this stock is priced as if it were going out of business. However, I feel like they are at the beginning of something great. Here's why I like IBM so much: * They have been around a long time. They have had to reinvest their business many times. They know how to reinvest. And, I think they are doing it once again! * They are really well-diversified with many lines of business. They are not relying on one single product, but rather a portfolio. * Strategic imperatives like cloud computing and artificial intelligence are doing especially well. In today's video, I also discuss IBM's massive debt and some new insights that I learned. * They have $45.5 billion long term debt. * They spend $1.273 billion a year in interest expense. I think they can pay for that with a large buffer to spare ($12 billion in free cash flow)! * $31.4 billion is in support of the global financing business. * IBM is a bank! They are lending money, a key realization for me. * The healthiness of IBM will come down to the quality of their underwriting here. Last, I discuss the rapid dividend growth of IBM, my favorite topic ever. This company is truly increasing its dividend quickly. Worth noting, they do have a lot of retirement plan expense, something that affects many older companies with pension plans. At the end of the day, I look at IBM as an option on huge artificial intelligence growth. I get my growth dividend income. That said, it could take off in a huge way. It could 10x, if Watson takes off. And, what could that mean for the dividend? 15:38 Oops: Dividend is up 43% in the last 4 years! (It's actually up 65% in the last 5 years, from $0.95/quarter to $1.57/quarter.) Dividend growth is even better than discussed (and projected) in the video. I'm a dividend growth investor who enjoys buying deep value when I can find it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ugU0a3IKul4 I own 38 dividend paying stocks. Learn all about my portfolio diversification strategy in this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IWGTyya9eZk Here's my original IBM video, from a few months ago: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R8oaAc72xzI Let's connect on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ianlopuch/ (I'm @ianlopuch on Instagram.) Disclosure: I am long IBM (IBM), Campbells Soup (CPB), Procter & Gamble (PG), and Kimberly-Clark (KMB). I own all of these stocks in my stock portfolio. Disclaimer: I'm not a licensed investment advisor, and PPC Ian videos, Excel files, and content are just for entertainment and fun. PPC Ian videos, Excel files, and content are NOT investment advice. Also, I'm not a tax advisor and PPC Ian videos, Excel files, and content are NOT tax advice. Please talk to your licensed investment advisor before making any financial decisions. Please talk to your licensed tax advisor before making any tax decisions. All PPC Ian videos, Excel files, and other content are (c) Copyright IJL Productions LLC.
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5 INVESTING RULES TO FOLLOW LONG TERM
 
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What do I do? Full-time independent stock market analyst and researcher: https://sven-carlin-research-platform.teachable.com/p/stock-market-research-platform Check the comparative stock list table on my Stock market research platform under curriculum preview! I am also a book author: Modern Value Investing book: https://amzn.to/2lvfH3t More about me and some written reports at the Sven Carlin blog: https://svencarlin.com Stock market for modern value investors Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/modernvalueinvesting/ Here is summary of the most important investing thoughts related to investing in the current environment. 1) Look at the businesses you own and their earnings, not the stock It is so easy and entertaining to look at stock prices constantly go up and down. However, real investing is concerned with comparing the intrinsic value of the business and its earnings with what the stock market is offering. When the stock market offers bargain prices, you buy, when the stock market offers exuberant prices, you sell. This is the main premise if you want to make investing easy. For example, the current earnings yield of the S&P 500, that represents the top 500 quoted U.S. businesses is 4.08%. There will be ups and downs with corporate earnings but if you are happy with a long term yearly return of around 4% and happy to own the best American businesses you should invest in the S&P 500. If you would like to own the best American businesses but expect at least a 6% return to mitigate the risk of owning stocks that can always drop 50% in a year, you should simply wait and be invested in Treasuries, possibly short-term Treasuries that give you a good return and security. It is as simple as that if you are happy with a normal average return. If you want better returns than 3% from Treasuries or 4% for stocks or even from 6% you could get if you wait for stocks to fall, then you have to think about the following things. 2) Understand what you are doing but again it boils down to business execution If you seek higher returns you have to have as much knowledge as possible about the matter. However, if you want to do it with the minimal risk possible, you have to again become a specialist in business analysis, not the stock market. You might look at stocks like Tencent that are up 500% over the last 5-years and wish you had bought it earlier. However, TCEHY’s revenue increased exactly 5.5 times since 2012 and earnings increased 5.46 times. Therefore, the performance of a stock over the long term is determined by its business execution, when you learn how to estimate businesses, you will be great at investing if you keep in mind some other stuff. 3) Invest with a margin of safety and think value Value investing has beaten growth investing 94% of the time when we look at 10-year investing returns. Therefore, always keep in mind that whatever happens on financial markets is usually temporary while only the real assets, cash production and actual value stay and add value over the longer term. More about this topic here. 4) Look beyond what others are doing – use common sense You don’t necessarily need to be a contrarian to be a great investor but it sure helps to look where other people aren’t looking because sooner or later it will become the focus, be it in a positive or negative light. The key is to look at long term average returns for the industry and invest when those are satisfying to you. For example, if you see an apartment close to a good University that yields 5% after all expenses are paid and you are happy with the yield invest in it. Further, with inflation, both the retn you are charging will be increased year over year and the value of the apartment should appreciate which might increase the 5% return over time. But, don’t wait that everybody is crazy about student housing and the yield drops to 3%. The main message here is to use common sense and look at the return on investments. Forget about promises but keep you eyes open for grounded investments that provide a good return. 5) Sometimes swing for the fences When you apply the above 4 principles to your investing portfolio you will do well. However, to keep things interesting you should risk a set of yearly dividends in something that is risky to the degree that you can lose 100% if it doesn’t work out but gain 1,000% if it works out well. Such a risk reward asymmetry is called positive risk reward and is often mispriced by the market. The key here is not to get greedy and invest too much into such trends and also do not invest in the late part of the trend, find it before other people find something like that. Just to give you a hint related to something not yet coming from Elon Musk but that might soon come is Vanadium.
Equity Genio - What is Contrarian Investing?
 
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Many times we hear these words "Contrarian Investing". But what does it mean. I have tried my best to explain it in simple language.
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Two Yellow Metals for Contrarian Investor - Amir Adnani
 
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Session 12: Introduction to Value Investing
 
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In this session, we begin by defining value investing. In our view, value investors invest in companies where they believe that the value from assets in place (investments already made) exceeds the price paid. As a consequence, they are drawn to mature companies in established businesses. Value investing can come in many forms, and there are at least three broad groups of value investors: passive screeners, contrarian investors and activist investors. We close the session by looking at two legends in the value investing space: Ben Graham, whose books represent the basis for value investing and Warren Buffett, whose every word is parsed for meaning by value investors
Views: 5415 Aswath Damodaran
Investing where we find the biggest mispricings
 
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In emerging markets, there’s a small group of Chinese technology businesses that get all the attention. These firms make up a large part of the emerging markets index but offer few opportunities for the contrarian investor. Here, Rohit Chopra from Lazard Asset Management explains where they’re finding opportunities today. Livewire gives investors direct access to the stock ideas, research and exclusive insights of hundreds of Australia’s leading investment professionals. To access more exclusive market content and to receive the top three insights each day, register for FREE at http://www.livewiremarkets.com
Views: 1129 Livewire Markets
Overcoming The Fear Of Losing Money In The Stock Market by being a contrarian investor
 
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At the Tactical Investor https://tacticalinvestor.com/alternative-dow-theory/ we focus on spotting the trend. In other words we focus on the action and not the noise factor. Overcoming the Fear of losing money in the stock markets is the main ingredient necessary to win. You do the opposite of what your gut tells you and what the crowd is doing. when the herd is happy, you should be scared; buy when there is blood in the streets
Views: 40868 Sol Tactical
Long-Term Contrarian Strategy
 
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The Sungarden Long-Term Contrarian strategy is a bit different from our other portfolios. We search for a limited number of companies whose stock prices have fallen especially hard, but likely due to temporary conditions which we expect to resolve themselves over the next several years. Our goal with each stock we buy in this portfolio is to double our investment within 5-7 years of purchase, regardless of market conditions. You might call this our "Rip Van Winkle" strategy. You can fall asleep for years, leave the work to us, and if we succeed, you will wake up to a large increase in value. But we prefer that you stay awake for it.
Winters: Index Fund Contrarian
 
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Global value investor David Winters takes on index funds, saying they are more expensive, less diversified and higher risk than commonly believed. WEALTHTRACK #1346 broadcast on May 05, 2016.
Views: 7968 WealthTrack
The Dirty Little Secret About Value Investing
 
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In this video, you'll learn why Warren Buffet stopped being a true value investor and instead turned into what I would call a Quality Value investor. I also talk about why Contrarian investors will have a very tough time going forward. My argument is that value investing was very useful in a country where macroeconomic risk is high. Since the late 1980's this hasn't been the case in the United States. I also argue that the best way to protect your wealth through a stock market crash is not through buying stocks with low valuation multiples, but owning high-quality companies with good returns on capital, rewards shareholders, and have no debt. I am ready to debate with all of the value investors! NBER US Business Cycle Analysis - http://www.nber.org/cycles/cyclesmain.html 10-Year Treasury Rates - https://fred.stlouisfed.org/series/DGS10 As I mention in the video, I am here trying to help you reach your financial dreams and goals by becoming the best investor you can be. This will happen by thinking differently than other investors, especially when investing in the stock market. If you'll like to learn more about standing out in the investor crowd, make sure to subscribe and check out all of my videos on the channel. I will be discussing the basics of how to invest in the stock market today, as well as touch more on advanced topics like dcf valuations, hedge funds, and my own pvgo valuation framework. For more interesting tips and tricks to succeed as a stock market investor, make sure to subscribe to the channel and watch previous videos. Beat Credit - "Fancy" by Oskar Mike/Anno Domini Nation
Views: 590 Michael Ijeh
FinancialFox EXCLUSIVE: Contrarian Investor Chris Oil back on video with his thoughts
 
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On Financial Fox, an exclusive Interview with Chris Oil. After years of press silence, the well-known contrarian high net worth investor speaks again. Known as the Oil & Gas Guru, Chris believes it is a great time to ride the wave and invest in Oil and Gas companies. He favours a high risk/high reward player like Chariot Oil, as well as undervalued companies with low risk and proven reserves. To mention two such companies: Chariot Oil and Anglo African Oil. Uranium is also on his radar, perhaps not quite yet due to market dynamics, but uranium will certainly be within his focus in 2020. Chris is looking at Australian companies like Bannerman Resources, and the Canadian Energy Fuels. Finally, and surprisingly, he is a buyer of the right undervalued Blockchain companies. His attention is now all on Block Commodities: “Undervalued, with a proved business change and good fundamentals to grow internally” marks his contrarian move of 2018.
Billionaire David Einhorn: Value Investing and Creating A Hedge Fund (2017)
 
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An interview and Q&A with billionaire investor and founder of the hedge fund Greenlight Capital, David Einhorn. In this interview, David discusses his investment strategy and value investing. David also talks about building Greenlight Capital. 📚 Books by David Einhorn and his recommended books are located at the bottom of the description❗ Like if you enjoyed Subscribe for more:http://bit.ly/InvestorsArchive Follow us on twitter:http://bit.ly/TwitterIA Other great Stock Market Investor videos:⬇ Ray Dalio on Hedge funds, Success and Life/Work: http://bit.ly/RDVid1 Charlie Munger on Common sense and Investing:http://bit.ly/CMVid1 Billionaire James Simons: Conquering Wall Street with Mathematics:http://bit.ly/JSVidIA Video Segments: 0:00 Introduction 0:52 Where does your passion for debate stem from? 1:16 Is the skill useful? 2:15 Have you ever reversed your approach to picking a stock? 2:46 Did you ever consider another career? 3:36 How did you start and grow your hedge fund Greenlight? 5:19 One reason for Greenlights success? 6:34 How is that translated into Greenlights culture? 7:32 Is that in contrast to the rest of the finance industry? 7:59 Culture of investment banking? 9:39 Have we learnt our lesson from the financial crisis? 12:30 Growth has been better than value investing? 15:05 What is the next big technology disruption? 15:45 Your approach to risk? 18:43 Why are you passionate about these charitable causes? 20:28 Where does the focus on empathy stem from? 20:57 Where next? 21:33 A moment that stands out for you? 22:14 Have you always had a interest in philanthropy? 22:45 Where next for your financial career? 24:48 Sart of Q&A 25:00 Are the barriers of entry still low? Difficulties in current valuation? 32:00 How do you stick to your guns when doing a contrarian investment? 33:37 Views on vulture funds? 36:30 Are you going to changing anything in your next quarters? 38:19 How do you deal with unknown unknowns? 42:27 Are you considering integrating your valuation technique to A.I? 46:00 Comments on short termism? 49:42 How representative is Billions of real hedge funds? David Einhorn Books 🇺🇸📈 (affiliate link) Fooling Some of the People All of the Time: http://bit.ly/FoolingSome David Einhorn's Recommended Books🔥(affiliate link) You Can Be a Stock Market Genius:http://bit.ly/MarketGenius Margin of Safety: http://bit.ly/MarginOfSafetyDE Liar's Poker: http://bit.ly/LiarPoker Interview Date: 15th December, 2017 Event: Oxford Union Original Image Source:http://bit.ly/DEinhornPic Investors Archive has videos of all the Investing/Business/Economic/Finance masters. Learn from their wisdom for free in one place. For more check out the channel. Remember to subscribe, share, comment and like! No advertising.
Views: 11495 Investors Archive
Veteran Small Cap Value Manager Charlie Dreifus Is Sticking With His Contrarian Risk Averse Approach
 
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Small Cap value investor, Charlie Dreifus on why value has been badly lagging growth. WEALTHTRACK #1507 broadcast on August 03, 2018
Views: 4617 WealthTrack
A Contrarian Investors Dream Hiding in Plain Sight...
 
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Amir Adnani, Pres/CEO of UEC is interviewed by Michael Alkin, Founder of The Stock Catalyst Report www.thestockcatalystreport.com UEC offers significant upside potential due to its exceptional management, low-cost production, an infrastructure advantage, sizable uranium resources, unhedged future production and a nuclear power friendly Trump administration.
Views: 8378 MiningClips
Long Duration Common Stock Investing - a Contrarian Manifesto
 
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Continuing Education Presentation for CFA Switzerland Speaker William Smead of Smead Capital Management, Seattle Zürich, 4 October 2013
Kleinschmidt: Contrarian Exclusive
 
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In an exclusive interview, Tocqueville Fund’s contrarian investor, Robert Kleinschmidt explains why he is finding the best values where you don’t want to be. WEALTHTRACK #1402 broadcast on June 30, 2017.
Views: 6376 WealthTrack
The Ultimate Contrarian Investment Strategy
 
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Frank Curzio discusses the best contrarian investment strategy right now. Get Free Daily Investment Information from Stansberry & Associates here: http://signup.stansberryresearch.com/X350P723 Either This Commodity Goes Higher... or the Lights Go Out. This, from the editor of Small Stock Specialist - Frank Curzio in today's Stansberry Media Minute. Frank says this commodity is the ultimate contrarian investment and that no one on Wall Street is paying attention. Get Free Daily Investment Information from Stansberry & Associates here: http://signup.stansberryresearch.com/X350P723 About Stansberry & Associates Investment Research: Stansberry & Associates Investment Research is an independent financial research firm, delivering unbiased investment intelligence to self-directed investors seeking an edge in a wide variety of sectors and market conditions. Stansberry experts produce a steady stream of timely research on value investing, maximizing income, insider trading, sector investing in energy, resources, biotech, medical technologies, financials, technology, short-selling, macroeconomic analysis and options trading. Founded in 1999 and based out of Baltimore, Stansberry & Associates has more than two dozen analysts, and assistants as well as former hedge fund managers and buyside financial experts that publish proprietary insights to retail investors in more than 100 different countries. Stansberry & Associates has additional offices in Florida, Oregon and California. 2013 Stansberry & Associates. All rights reserved. Any reproduction, copying, or redistribution, in whole or in part, is prohibited without written permission from Stansberry & Associates, 1217 Saint Paul Street, Baltimore, MD 21202 or www.stansberryresearch.com. We welcome comments or suggestions at [email protected] Please note: The law prohibits us from giving personalized financial advice. Stansberry & Associates forbids its writers from having a financial interest in any security they recommend. Stansberry & Associates doesn't recommend or endorse any brokers, dealers, or advisors. This work is based on SEC filings, current events, interviews, corporate press releases, and what we've learned as financial journalists. It may contain errors, and you shouldn't make any financial decision based solely on what you've seen here. It's your money and your responsibility.
Contrarian vs trend investing. What is the best investment strategy?
 
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Is it more profitable to follow the trend or being a contrarian investor? In this video we try to find it out for you. Want to learn more about investing? I can recommend you this book: http://amzn.to/2BIsTcl
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Gold and Natural Resources: Smart thoughts about contrarian opportunities - Rick Rule PDAC 2018
 
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Rick Rule, President and CEO of Sprott U.S. Holdings Inc. @ PDAC 2018. (c) Florian Munsch, goldgeldwelt.de. Quotes from Rick's talk: "Expectations are so low that getting under the bar is tougher than getting over the bar." "At the same time expectations are low, the orientation is financial performance." "Money is made on the delta between the share price and the value." "The first thing you can do to make money is to buy some of the best of the best and just relax." "Either the price of uranium goes up or the light goes out." "As a speculator I have to see why people don't like something and why they might be wrong." "If you play that game, you have to play it with money you are willing to lose." (about investing in risky jurisdictions) goldgeldwelt is a german financial website and newsletter that brings german speaking investors and international natural resource companies together. Follow the link in the german discription: Mehr Informationen zu Aktien, Investments, Finanzielle Freiheit, Gold, Silber, Rohstoffe, Geldanlage und speziell Minenaktien mit Potenzial findest du auf ►►► https://www.goldgeldwelt.de Dieses Video wird zu rein informativen Zwecken zur Verfügung gestellt und stellt keine Anlageempfehlung dar. Affiliatelinks sind mit Stern gekennzeichnet. Den vollständigen Disclamer findest du unter https://www.goldgeldwelt.de/disclamer
Views: 2768 goldgeldwelt
Amir Adnani - Uranium Is The Perfect Contrarian Investment! ! !
 
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Amir Adnani the CEO and President of 'Uranium Energy Corporation' sits down with Maurice Jackson of 'Proven and Probable' to discuss the investment fundamentals for the Perfect Contrarian Investment, which is Uranium. Value investors will gain a unique perspective into the market dynamics of Uranium, and most important the merits of deploying capital into one of the featured exibitors at the Sprott Natural Resource Symposium. Mr Adnani, also provides investors the merits of being a shareholder in Uranium Energy Corporation (NYSE: UEC), which is continuously making strategic moves to positiion shareholders for optimum performance.
Views: 2618 Proven And Probable
Jack Barnes @jackhbarnes talks Macro Contrarian Investing with Matt Davio @misstrade
 
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Jack Barnes of www.macrocontrarian.com and www.jackhbarnes.com and I had a chance to sit down as two former Hedge Fund Macro Traders both based out of Oregon. Jack's on the Gold Coast, I'm in the Desert, but we found out we have a lot in common. Great discussion on Debt Ceiling, Downgrading of US Bonds and generaly Trade ideas. Enjoy
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Billionaire Sam Zell: Investing, Business and Life
 
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An interview and Q&A with billionaire real estate and private equity investor, Sam Zell. In this interview Sam discusses his early life and his career in investing and entrepreneurship. Sam also talks about newspapers and his contrarian mindset. 📚 Sam Zell’s new book and books on Sam Zell are located at the bottom of the description❗ Like if you enjoyed Subscribe for more:http://bit.ly/InvestorsArchive Follow us on twitter:http://bit.ly/TwitterIA Other great Real Estate Investor videos:⬇ Donald Trump On Making it in Business: http://bit.ly/DTVid Sam Zell: Becoming a Billionaire in Real Estate:http://bit.ly/SZVid1 Billionaire Sheldon Adelson: King of Casinos: http://bit.ly/SAVidIA Video Segments: 0:00 Introduction 2:45 What did you learn from your dad? 5:24 Born old? 7:40 First businesses 10:26 Confident from an early age? 11:38 Where has it not worked out? 13:42 Where and why are you going global? 17:26 How do you manage such a big enterprise? 18:55 Holiday gift 24:56 Predicting the tech bubble in 1999 26:33 Investing in major technology companies 27:25 Grave Dancer 29:43 What do you think of the current climate? 31:53 Are you investing in real estate in the US? 32:30 Do you have an emotional attachment to Los Angeles? 33:57 What were you thinking when you bought the Tribune newspaper? 36:46 Where are the opportunities? 38:37 Has advertising shifted to online? 39:50 Is there a role a paper should play in a city? 41:06 How do you gain information about the world? 42:08 Are you concerned about the information habits of the current generation? 43:34 Synergies between broadcast and print? 44:42 Thoughts on Google? 46:50 LA Times goes against your view 48:55 Is a asset, a asset to be sold? 50:13 Is everything available for the right bidder? 52:13 Start of Q&A 52:40 Do you have a desire to make the newspapers more positive? 54:28 Plans for the future of the main section of the paper? 57:21 What should be done in the interim to calm the financial markets? 01:04:10 What website do you look at everyday & If you were in your 20’s now, what would you be doing? 1:05:44 What films matter to you? 1:07:08 Media and mobile? 1:08:40 Dubai real estate market? 1:11:06 Are your children involved in your businesses, are you concerned about estate tax? 1:13:01 Comments on China? 1:15:05 Will there be any pressure in the editorial page because of your views? 1:16:40 Will we ever see a Zell foundation? 1:18:10 Have you decided who you are going to vote for? Sam Zell Books 🇺🇸📈 (affiliate link) Am I Being Too Subtle?: Straight Talk from a Business Rebel: http://bit.ly/AIBTSZell Money Talks, Bullsh*t Walks: Inside the Contrarian Mind of Billionaire Mogul Sam Zell: http://bit.ly/MTBWZell Interview Date: 21st February, 2008 Event: UCLA Anderson School of Management Original Image Source:http://bit.ly/Samzellpic Investors Archive has videos of all the Investing/Business/Economic/Finance masters. Learn from their wisdom for free in one place. For more check out the channel. Remember to subscribe, share, comment and like! No advertising.
Views: 6187 Investors Archive
Debunking Stock Investment Myths | Paul Meeks | TEDxWWU
 
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My talk is a colorful, irreverent look at stocks. Unfortunately, almost everything you know about it is wrong. My perspective is threefold: First, I'm a veteran stock analyst & portfolio manager. Second, I'm among America's best-known tech stock pickers. I've started & managed the world's largest tech mutual funds franchise. Third, I'm a popular stock market & tech commentator on air & in print. My shtick is my contrarian view & no-holds-barred presentation. I start my presentation with a funny tale of being a Net investment guru during that Bubble. Within only 18 months, I went from giving autographs & co-hosting THE financial television show with the "Money Honey" to receiving death threats. I then debunk 5-10 popular investment principles. Example: “Prudent” portfolio diversification is “diworsification.” Paul Meeks, CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) teaches at WWU. He has been a stocks analyst or portfolio manager for 29 years. He's among America's best-known tech investors & commentators. CNBC introduces him as "Top Tech Investor." Paul is the Chief Investment Officer of Portland's Sloy, Dahl & Holst. He lives in Bellingham but he's often in Seattle covering cloud computing companies. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
Views: 33720 TEDx Talks
What’s The Formula for Investment Longevity & Success? John Rogers Shares His Approach
 
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Why a slow, steady and contrarian approach wins the investment race over the long haul with Ariel Fund’s Founder and Portfolio Manager John Rogers. WEALTHTRACK #1352 broadcast on June 16, 2017.
Views: 8454 WealthTrack
Peter Thiel: being contrarian & right, AI, Elon, drug reform, overrated trends & wealth polarization
 
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Peter Thiel is one of the most considered, intelligent, and successful minds we have in this generation of Silicon Valley. Peter is a serial company founder (PayPal, Palantir), billionaire investor (first outside investor in Facebook and 100+ others), and author of "Zero to One." Peter’s first startup was PayPal, which he co-founded in 1998 and led to a $1.5 billion acquisition by eBay in 2002. He is now the Managing Partner at Founder’s Fund, a venture capital fund with $2 billion in assets. At LAUNCH festival 2015, Peter sat down with Jason and opened up about investing (as a contrarian and being right), monopolies and governments, why trends are overrated, how Elon Musk pulled off Tesla and SpaceX at the same time, whether we should be scared of Artificial Intelligence or not, should marijuana be legal, and what you should do if you hear the words “big data” and “cloud computing” during a pitch (hint: run!). You aren’t going to want to miss this one! Never miss an episode! Subscribe in iTunes: Audio (http://bit.ly/TwiStA) || Video (http://bit.ly/TwiStV) Full show notes: http://goo.gl/bUF2PD ============== Thanks to our sponsors. Click here to tweet your support (can edit before sending): http://ctt.ec/G5d94 Scott Walker at Walker Corporate Law. Scott loves startups and shows it, with fixed-fee pricing. Have a question? Email him directly, [email protected], and tell him Jason sent you. PagerDuty serves as the hub of your operations, aggregating all of your infrastructure monitoring tools and alerting the right people & teams at the right time. Sign up today for a free 14-day trial at pagerduty.com/twist. ============== Follow on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/peterthiel http://www.twitter.com/foundersfund http://www.twitter.com/jason http://www.twitter.com/twiStartups Launch Ticker: http://launch.co Launch Festival: http://festival.launch.co Special thanks to the members of the TWiST Backchannel Program! Show notes powered by CastScoop. Subscribe here: www.CastScoop.com Top Show Links On Facebook On Palantir On Investing Rules On Investing On Monopolies and Governments On Future Trends On Young Entrepreneurs On Android Vs. iOS On Conflict On Being Contrarian and Right On Tesla and SpaceX On the PayPal Mafia On Artificial Intelligence On Technology Replacing Jobs On Drug Reform On Polarization of Wealth
Views: 118051 This Week In Startups
Hugh Hendry - Rare Contrarian Book!
 
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The BEST book on Hugh Hendry and other contrarians that bet on gold and gold miners in the early 2000s. New Market Mavericks by Geoff Cutmore was only published in the UK (1st edition in 2004), and very few people have read it (making it even more valuable!). New copies of the book are expensive. But you can pick up a used copy for ~$10 at Amazon, a great value! I recommend picking up a copy ASAP here, especially if you're looking to learn about contrarian investing and contrarian thinking: http://www.amazon.com/New-Market-Mavericks-Geoff-Cutmore/dp/047087046X/ Here's a list of the 8 contrarians interviewed in the book: Hugh Hendry Michael Browne David Murrin Philip Manduca Chris Locke Richard Cunningham Peter Toogood David Schwartz *BONUS* Check out this 2012 interview of Hugh Hendry with The Economist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uaoVg7SC8b0 Hugh talks about gold about ~19 minutes in. He made money being long gold stocks in 2003, and he made money going short gold stocks since 2012! Right now (early 2016) is probably a great time to be buying gold mining stocks again. But this video is evidence that it's valuable to listen to the smartest contrarians like Hugh, even if they make the wrong call sometimes. contrarian contrarians contrarian investor contrarian investing contrarian thinking hugh hendry 2016 gold miners mining stocks
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Best Stock Charts | Musings Of A Very Concerned Contrarian Trader 🤔
 
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Best Stock Charts | Musings Of A Very Concerned Contrarian Trader 🤔 In this week’s Best Stock Charts we discuss the looming storm on the horizon which is the rising US Dollar, Interest Payments on US Treasuries and geo political flash points such as in Turkey which threaten to destabilize the markets. We also discuss the possible pull back in the US stock market and which new swing trades we are looking to add to our portfolio. 14 Day Free Trial Final Days! Hurry! http://bit.ly/2Akb7Lq Join Our Facebook Discussion Group! http://bit.ly/2k2TD2t Recent Trade : NUGT 27% Profit http://bit.ly/2DJvkPv Recent Trade : AMZN 7.5% Profit http://bit.ly/2EWqc8K Recant Trade: AMZN 8.5% Profit http://bit.ly/2EC9mPv ****Symbols Are Reviewed In The Sequence Below***** $DBA $AWX $CALM $DIG $USO $GLD $GDX $UUP $BBY $SPXS $SOXS $SHOO
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Tobias Carlisle: "Deep Value Investing" | Talks at Google
 
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"Deep Value: Why Activist Investors and Other Contrarians Battle for Control of Losing Corporations" is an exploration of the philosophy of deep value investment. It describes the evolution of the various theories of intrinsic value and activist investment from Benjamin Graham to Warren Buffett to Carl Icahn and beyond. Filled with engaging anecdotes, penetrating statistical analysis and meticulous research, the book illustrates the principles and strategies of deep value investing and examines the counterintuitive idea behind its extraordinary performance. About the Book It is a simple, but counterintuitive idea: Under the right conditions, losing stocks—those in crisis, with apparently failing businesses, and uncertain futures—offer unusually favorable investment prospects. This is a philosophy that runs counter to the received wisdom of the market. Many investors believe that a good business and a good investment are the same thing. Many value investors, inspired by Warren Buffett’s example, believe that a good, undervalued business is the best investment. The research offers a contradictory view. Deep Value is an investigation of the evidence, and the conditions under which those losing stocks become asymmetric opportunities, with limited downside, and enormous upside. In pursuit of this idea, it canvases the academic and industry research into theories of intrinsic value, management’s influence on that value, and the impact of attempts to unseat management on both market price and value. The value investment philosophy as first described by Benjamin Graham identified targets by their discount to liquidation value. That approach has proven extremely effective; however, those opportunities have all but disappeared from the modern stock market. To succeed, today’s deep value investors have adapted Graham’s philosophy, embracing its spirit while pushing beyond its confines. In Deep Value, I examine Graham’s 80-year-old intellectual legacy using modern statistical techniques to offer a penetrating and highly original perspective: That losing stocks offer unusually favorable investment prospects. The evidence reveals an axiomatic truth about investing: Investors aren’t rewarded for picking winners; they’re rewarded for uncovering mis-pricing.
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Dogs of The Dow: Is This Strategy a Winner? 🐶
 
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Stock picking strategies: Dogs Of The Dow. http://www.financial-spread-betting.com/strategies/strategies-tips.html PLEASE LIKE AND SHARE THIS VIDEO SO WE CAN DO MORE This is an old investment strategy and has been going on for a long time. It was first introduced by Michael Higgins in his book Beating the Dow. Dogs of the Dow Investment Strategy Explained I'll explain how its done and how this strategy has performed over the last years as well as some variations to it. The Dow Jones Industrial Average is built up on 30 stocks. Dogs of the Dow are not failing or underperforming stocks but stocks that yield high dividends. The Dogs of the Dow are in fact the 10 stocks in the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) that paid out the highest dividend in the most recent year. Let's look at this system; 1) On the last day of the year we select the 10 highest yielding Dow Jones stocks (i.e. the ones that pay the highest dividend). 2) On the next trading day of the new year we invest an equal dollar amount into each 3) At the end of the year we repeat that process. The logic behind this investing strategy is that the best yielding shares are the ones that are presently the most undervalued. But since the market is thought to be efficient in the long run, the price of these shares is likely to adjust higher to reflect the yield. So if you stick to this investing strategy you have a good chance of beating the market. Variations on the ‘Dogs of the Dow’ Variations to this trading strategy include - the 'Small Dogs' strategy, you select the 10 highest-yielding shares but from these you then choose the 5 with the lowest stock price. Hence the name Small Dogs of the Dow and you buy equal dollar amounts of each of these 5 stocks. - the Dow 4 strategy - Foolish 4 strategy
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Billionaire Advice on Investing for High Returns
 
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This video features the investing philosophy of billionaire Stanley Druckenmiller. After listening to Stanley's approach to investing, five characteristics of his high-returns approach are discussed as they relate to all investors. Specific focus is then given to how this investing approach is fitting and necessary for those seeking to invest in natural resources. Stanley Druckenmiller: "My idea of risk control is a little non-conventional. I like putting all my eggs in one basket and then watching the basket very carefully…At most business schools they teach, I think, a lot of nonsense called risked-adjusted return and diversification. As a money manager, if you look at a normal portfolio most people will make 70-80% of their money that year on 2-3 ideas even though they will have 30-40 things in their portfolio. My concept was to put into those 2-3 ideas I have the most conviction in. I was also lucky to travel across asset classes so I traded commodities, currencies, bonds and equities. And it gave me the discipline if I didn’t have a good idea in equities, I was happy to have no equities or the same thing with bonds. So when you have a quiver with a bunch of arrows you can usually find something to put a lot of money into. The only other thing I’d say is that too many investors look at the present. The present is already in the price. You have to think out of the box and sort of visualize 18-24 months from now and what the world is going to be and what securities might trade at. What a company has been earning does not mean anything. What you have to look at is what people think it is going to earn and if you can see something (in) two years that is going to be entirely different than the conventional wisdom. That’s how you make money. My first boss used to say, “the obvious is obviously wrong.” If you invest in conventional wisdom you are going to lose your butt." Five Qualities: 1) Self-Directed 2) Contrarian 3) Strategic and Focused 4) Disciplined 5) Identifies Opportunities through Forward-Thinking Sign up for our free newsletter and receive interview transcripts, stock recommendations and investment ideas: http://eepurl.com/cHxJ39 The content found on MiningStockEducation.com is for informational purposes only and is not to be considered personal legal or investment advice or a recommendation to buy or sell securities or any other product. It is based on opinions, SEC filings, current events, press releases and interviews but is not infallible. It may contain errors and MiningStockEducation.com offers no inferred or explicit warranty as to the accuracy of the information presented. If personal advice is needed, consult a qualified legal, tax or investment professional. Do not base any investment decision on the information contained on MiningStockEducation.com. We may hold equity positions in some of the companies featured on this site and therefore are biased and hold an obvious conflict of interest. MiningStockEducation.com may provide website addresses or links to websites and we disclaim any responsibility for the content of any such other websites. The information you find on MiningStockEducation.com is to be used at your own risk. By reading MiningStockEducation.com, you agree to hold MiningStockEducation.com, its owner, associates, sponsors, affiliates, and partners harmless and to completely release them from any and all liabilities due to any and all losses, damages, or injuries (financial or otherwise) that may be incurred.
Scott Melbye - The Macro For Uranium Is Primed For Contrarian Investors! ! !
 
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Be Sure to Subscribe to Our Channel. Visit us for more: http://www.provenandprobable.com/ Scott Melbye the Exec.V.P for 'Uranium Energy Corporation (NYSE: UEC)' provides value investors the macro perspective for Uranium. Investors will gain significant insights from Mr. Melbye's 33 years of experience as he shares what will be the catalyst for Sector. Finally, investors will learn why they should partner with UEC as they continue to strategically place their shareholders in a position for optimum performance.
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