Bram de Haas explores the odd valuation comparisons between Netflix and Disney. The market seems to be getting something really wrong, which company stands to benefit most?
Victor takes an honest look at the bull and bear case for Tesla and concludes the negativity around Tesla is extreme (just like the opportunity).
Ray Merola shares his bullish thesis for Energy Transfer and discusses how much their success rides on leader Kelcy Warren.
Apple has begun to follow Microsoft's lead in building out its services revenues to help diversify beyond iPhone.
Mark Hibben discusses how he thinks Apple is easily worth $240 before even factoring in expected future product releases.
Why AT&T is already near worst-case scenario prices and a clear buy for yield seekers.
Do you know the four core criteria that Warren Buffett uses to pick is stock opportunities?
Brian and David discuss them here.
Eric Parnell discusses recent events in Italy and what investors can expect going forward.
Andres Cardenal talks us through what makes NVIDIA such an amazing company for stockholders to love.
Adam Galas the "Dividend Sensei" tells us how to safely earn 12-15% per year with his all-time favorite high-yield dividend stock.
Elliott Wave expert Avi Gilburt shares his coming expectations for gold.
The tides begin to turn for Berkshire after several years of struggles in its core business lines.
You've probably heard of AAII before, perhaps you're even a member, but do you realize how much value is really available there?
This is not a sponsored episode, but an opportunity to help investors better understand great resources that are available.
In the end, Wayne even offers to give away memberships to people who want them. More info on how at the end of the show.
Guru Ron, the man who knows everything about everything, answers my questions on the Fed, Money Supply, LIBOR, and Inflation.
This podcast focuses on two questions:
How do you buy and sell digital currencies?
Some links mentioned:
Coinbase - How I buy Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Litecoin. Coinbase is a U.S. based exchange and very professional. I can then store them on Coinbase, send them to a paper wallet, or send them to other exchanges to buy other digital currencies.
Bittrex is another U.S. based exchange that offers access to a large number of currencies.
I probably buy most of my digital currencies by buying Bitcoin or Ethereum on Coinbase, then transferring them to Shapeshift, Changelly, or Bittrex. I then can use them to buy other currencies.
Coinmarketcap.com is the standard for seeing coin pricing, finding coin websites, finding markets/exchanges, etc.
Myetherwallet.com is where I create my Ethereum (can also be used for ERC20 tokens built on Ethereum platform) paper wallets. Always be careful to make sure you go to the right sight as there are many phishing scams out there.
Bitcoinpaperwallet.com is where I create my Bitcoin paper wallets. Always be careful to make sure you go to the right sight as there are many phishing scams out there.
As mentioned in the podcast, I think prices (August 2017) are very inflated in the digital currency space right now and expect a major correction/crash at some point.
I don't know when this will happen (and *could* be wrong), but I fully anticipate it will. That will mark the best time to buy. The age old wisdom of averaging in and being sober holds true.
This is all for information purposes, no investment advice.