Risk On, Risk Off with Michael Gayed

FEATURING: MICHAEL GAYED   Lot of you see I post using @ycharts which is legitimately one of the best research tools out there. Here’s a fun observation. Reactions to the news of Pfizer’s promising COVID vaccine? A switch out of “work from home” to “let’s go out and party.” Too soon? Probably. pic.twitter.com/m7OZRYsXys — Michael … Continued

All Revenue is Not Created Equal with Brian Feroldi

FEATURING: BRIAN FEROLDI Revenue that is: 1) Recurring 2) High-margin 3) Recession-proof Deserves a MUCH higher P/S ratio than revenue that is: 1) One-time 2) Low-margin 3) Cyclical$MA is a good example of the former. $F of latter. Data by @ycharts pic.twitter.com/0REZHUcBTv — Brian Feroldi (@BrianFeroldi) September 21, 2020 Q: You’re constantly stressing the importance … Continued

Dividend Stock Investing with The Dividend Guy

FEATURING: THE DIVIDEND GUY In 2017, I bought $MSFT @ $75. Yesterday, $MSFT announced a 10% dividend increase. 💪 I trust my dividend triangle to find great companies: 🔼5 year Rev growth 🔼5 year EPS growth 🔼5 year Div growth This is the start for all my stock researches.@ycharts makes it easy 😎 pic.twitter.com/1XG6oO46Ev — … Continued

Building a Culture of Education with Jay Coulter

FEATURING: JAY COULTER @danielcrosby‘s ‘The Behavioral Investor’ & was reminded of @MebFaber‘s work on 10 Month SMAs. Think of all the headaches most have been through this year yet a simple 200-day or 10 month SMA risk management rule could have saved your portfolio and lowered your stress! pic.twitter.com/a9D3hvdGJX — Jay Coulter | Resilient Advisor™ … Continued

Finding a Competitive Edge in Tech Stocks with Beth Kindig

FEATURING: BETH KINDIG $TTD $SNAP & $PINS have each seen multiple expansion of 15%+ over the last year & trade at a premium to $ROKU. Their growth rates have declined significantly over the same time frame. ROKU’s multiple has contracted from 12.8x to 10.9x despite posting consistent 40-55% growth. pic.twitter.com/WtSfhwGmXu — Beth Kindig (@Beth_Kindig) August … Continued

Understanding Your Risk Tolerance with Manish Khatta

FEATURING: MANISH KHATTA Q: Tell us about Potomac Fund Management. How does your team serve independent financial advisors? A: At Potomac Fund Management, we have a long history of being an investment strategist providing risk-managed, tactical model portfolios to independent financial advisors. We strongly believe that the best portfolios are diversified across trading strategies and … Continued

Growth Potential Trumps Valuation with Puru Saxena

FEATURING: PURU SAXENA On high valuations –$AMZN traded > 30 P/S multiple during TMT bubble (’99). Those who had the misfortune of investing at the peak of the bubble have still made almost 40X over 20 years (CAGR of ~20%)! Cheaper the better but biz quality + time > valuation Chart from @ycharts pic.twitter.com/6J7isvb6Hp — … Continued

S&P 500 Storylines with Lyn Alden

FEATURING: LYN ALDEN One thing I continue to monitor is the consolidation (and potential pivot point) for the ratio of the equal weight S&P 500 $RSP and the market weight version $SPY. Equal weight tends to outperform over the long run, but underperform at the 2nd half of a business cycle. pic.twitter.com/aEompytdMh — Lyn Alden … Continued

Accepting an Imperfect Portfolio with Nick Maggiulli

  FEATURING: NICK MAGGIULLI Q: Tell us about your role at Ritholtz Wealth Management and your “Of Dollars And Data” blog. How do you hope to educate investors about the importance of data when making investment decisions? A: I maintain my blog at “Of Dollars And Data” to help people make better financial decisions using … Continued

The Growing Complexity of ETF Investing with Nate Geraci

FEATURING: NATE GERACI Completely cherry-picked date, but broad emerging markets have delivered a NEGATIVE TOTAL RETURN since just prior to Global Financial Crisis (Oct 2007)… pic.twitter.com/VBqm6AMBYj — Nate Geraci (@NateGeraci) May 13, 2020 Click to view in YCharts Q: Tell us about yourself and the ETF Store. What is your approach to financial planning and … Continued