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Geoff Gannon Interviewed by Ryan Reeves of the Investing City Podcast (47 Minutes)

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  • May 14, 2019

The Time When Your Strategy Is Really About To Start Working Is Right At The Time You’re Going To Fold Your Hand

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  • During his recent interview with Tobias, Justin Carbonneau, a Partner at Validea Capital discusses how often the time when your investment strategy is really about to start working is right at the time you’re going to fold your hand.
  • Tobias Carlisle: It takes a long time to get into the seat.
  • The people that were investing with us benefited from that.

On the Behavior of Auditors and Credit Rating Companies

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    7 Stocks Increasing Dividends Like A Champion

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    There are winners and there are champions in every walk of life. The difference is subtle, but very real. A champion is driven for success and will not let anything stand in its way. Some dividend stocks can be classified as champions. A bad economy, tight credit markets and a dark cloud of uncertainty are enough send some dividend companies running for the exit. However, these are the times that champions stand firm.

    This week several companies answered the call and rewarded their shareholders with higher cash dividends...

    What James Holzhauer Teaches Us About Optimal Capital Allocation

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    AKA, how to maximize your profits and grow your wealth.

    Brunswick Sells Life Fitness To KPS Capital Scrapping Planned Spinoff

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    Book Review & Summary: The Behavioral Investor by Daniel Crosby

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    • The Behavioral Investor
    • It is a heap of thoughts about risk, active vs. passive investing, bubbles, value and momentum factors, building a rules-based process, etc.
    • Therefore, you need to use a rules-based system that you evaluate not on the outcomes but on the quality of the process:

    (Ep.10) The Acquirers Podcast: Justin Carbonneau – Guru Stocks, How To Replicate The Strategies Of Value Gurus

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    • Justin Carbonneau: The next criteria is, we look at ten years of earnings.
    • Justin Carbonneau: One of the things with managed accounts or with an ETF, the turnover, you don’t want to be turning 50% of the portfolio every month, which some of these models, if you just let them run, you need a way to manage that turnover.
    • Justin Carbonneau: Those kinds of factors are you’re not really excluding the companies that would be in the portfolio.

    A Little Update on my Payment Processor Position

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    GAP (GPS): A Market Leader in Apparel Retail Spins Off Underperforming Assets - But Income From a Credit Card Agreement Overstates The Company’s Earning Power And Makes the Stock Too Risky

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    • Interestingly enough, Old Navy will be the RemainingCo operating as a stand-alone business while Gap Brand, Banana Republic, Athleta, and Intermix will be spun off.
    • When I pull the company up on QuickFS.net I see a company that has 10 year averages of:
    • In fact, Old Navy now accounts for more total revenue than Gap Brand and has much healthier growth than either Gap Brand or Banana Republic.

    Writing for finance: 10 tips from a mildly successful blogger

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    • If your goal is for people to read what you write all of the time, then stick to interesting hooks and interesting topics.
    • What this means is that it’s a good idea to try a lot of different articles.
    • Write great content.

    (AAPL): Update on Apple's Short Interest for 4/30/19

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    • This was a result from Apple's accelerated share repurchase program (ASR) that kicked off in February.
    • If you think short selling was increasing, then the amount of shares covered for the ASR were more than 44.2M.
    • If others were covering their short positions too, then the amount purchased for the ASR was less than 44.2M.

    A Thread on Diversification

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    • Example: Take two companies A and B.
    • Company B, of course.
    • In the type of diversification Shyam wrote about, the stated logic is that through diversification into other industries, the company becomes less dependent on a single source of earnings.

    Nuggest Fest (May 9th Edition)

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    • “Every time you shop in a store, eat a hamburger or buy new sunglasses you’re getting valuable input.
    • By browsing around you can see what’s selling and what isn’t.”-Phil Fisher
    • “Understanding Value Investing is vital before proceeding into any investment.” H/t KC LAU

    Broyhill's Best Books of the Year

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    • Broyhill Asset Management is back again with its yearly free Book Club featuring the best books of the year.
    • Perfect timing with summer vacation right around the corner.
    • We featured their picks last year too and this time around their list spans a myriad of topics apart from just investing.

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