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This podcast exists to help you learn to invest and better provide financially for you and your family. Currently, we are focusing on building our own, personal Berkshire Hathaway. I'm more excited about this than any other business project I've undertaken. Join us only if you're serious about becoming one of the best investors in the world.

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This podcast exists to help you learn to invest and better provide financially for you and your family. Currently, we are focusing on building our own, personal Berkshire Hathaway. I'm more excited about this than any other business project I've undertaken. Join us only if you're serious about becoming one of the best investors in the world.

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By YKZZ - Sep 21 2016
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For anyone keen to learn - at any level of investment proficiency

A must listen

By Heathercf - Sep 14 2016
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Informative podcast, excellent guests. Highly recommend.

iTunes Ratings

120 Ratings
Average Ratings
109
5
3
2
1

Must listen

By YKZZ - Sep 21 2016
Read more
For anyone keen to learn - at any level of investment proficiency

A must listen

By Heathercf - Sep 14 2016
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Informative podcast, excellent guests. Highly recommend.
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INVESTOR IN THE FAMILY Radio

Latest release on Apr 14, 2020

The Best Episodes Ranked Using User Listens

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Rank #1: 120 Barron's - Everyone Is Lying To You

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Overview

  • What will happen to the White House press briefing room in Trump Administration?
  • Trump’s last press conference was in July
  • Favors addressing public directly, through Twitter and YouTube
  • Not obligated to hold press conferences
    • FDR preferred radio
    • JFK preferred television
  • No recent President has been as openly derisive of press as Trump
    • Has called press: scum, lowlifes, the lowest form of life
  • Will corporate America co-opt the press tactics of Trump?
  • Wouldn’t most CEOs rather avoid “facing the press” in the wake of a bad quarter?
  • Why not just Tweet an explanation directly
  • 2016 word of the year: “post-truth”
    • World where objective facts matter less in shaping public opinion than appeals to emotion and personal belief
  • Apparently, those in corporate PR are fielding questions from clients about how to adapt their communication style for the “age of Trump.”
  • Change is in the air and big corporations know it
  • Pew survey in October:
    • 5% of people have “great deal of trust” in media
    • 33% in military
    • 24% in medical scientists
    • 4% in business leaders
    • 3% in elected officials
  • Trump did not invent this scenario, the internet did
    • Push for 24 hours news
    • Growing illiteracy
    • Shortening attention spans
    • Ease of social media
    • Click bait headlines
    • Customizable newsfeeds
    • What you want to know trumps what you ought to know
    • Shrinking civil discourse
    • Shrinking common ground among Americans
  • Trump knew the media could not afford to NOT cover him
  • Welcome to a post-truth era where facts matter less
  • Think for a moment what the world can do with that
  • Stocks took a breather last week but rotation toward domestic growth is intact
  • Brent crude has surged in price
  • Expectation of rising inflation lifted 10-yr treasuries to 17 month high
  • Rising inflation must be accompanied by rising growth
  • All eyes are on 2017 to see whether that growth comes
  • Meanwhile, China has been outperforming the US markets
  • An inward looking US is good for China looking for an opportunity for a power grab

For more: http://investorinthefamily.com/

Dec 06 2016

25mins

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Rank #2: 167 - Blowing Bubbles With Bitcoin And All Of His Friends

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This podcast focuses on two questions:

How do you buy and sell digital currencies?

Should you?

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.

Shapeshift.io and Changelly.com are great places for converting from one currency to another.

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.

Aug 18 2017

29mins

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Rank #3: 205 - AbbVie: Remarkable 700% Return Potential Over Next Decade (Dividend Sensei)

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According to Dividend Sensei, AbbVie is the Apple of the pharma world. Thanks to a powerful pipeline and great management it has the potential to return 700% over the next 10 years.

Aug 16 2018

35mins

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Rank #4: 202 - 5 Amazing Stocks Returning 12+% To Buy And Ignore For A Decade (Dividend Sensei)

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If you could only invest in 5 stocks, which 5 would you pick? That was the question I challenged Dividend Sensei with. As expected, he did not disappoint. 

Aug 07 2018

42mins

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Rank #5: 163 Mark Hibben - How I Find Great Investment Ideas

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Join us at the June 2017 DIY Investing Summit! Hear from nine top investors from Seeking Alpha as we discuss the outlook for the second half of 2017 plus lots of timeless investing wisdom.

http://diyinvestingsummit.com

The summit is free for a limited time and begins Tuesday, June 27th.

http://diyinvestingsummit.com

Jun 24 2017

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Rank #6: 128 Chuck Carnevale - My Top Advice For DIY Investors

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Chuck Carnevale is one of 25 Seeking Alpha Contributors participating in the 2017 DIY Investing Summit. In the summit, one of the questions I asked Chuck was what his top advice would be for DIY investors. Below is an excerpt from the interview and a summary of his response.

http://diyinvestingsummit2017.com/

Chuck's top advice for DIY investors...

  • Focus on fundamentals and don't trust stock prices.
  • Concentrate your portfolio (20-25 stocks) so you can actually have time to to research and follow them properly. At the same time, make sure to stay diversified enough to protect your money.
  • Don't get caught up in hype, don't chase prices. Do yourself a favor and look at companies without the stock price in mind.
  • "Inactivity strikes us as intelligent behavior." - Warren Buffett
  • More...

This is just a small excerpt of what's covered in the interview.

The interview is full of detailed tips on Chuck's core investment strategies, top advice for DIY investors, and specific ways he's positioning for 2017.

Enjoy the full interview with Chuck and other top investors on Seeking Alpha. Registration for the summit is now open and free for a limited time.

Don't like audio/video interviews?

If you prefer to read content as opposed to watch and listen, detailed summary sheets have been created for every interview as an optional add-on.

Full list of summit contributors:

Chris DeMuth, Bret Jensen, Rida Morwa, Brad Thomas, Eric Parnell, Ian Bezek, Richard Lejeune, Richard Berger, Aurelien Windenberger, Doug Eberhardt, Dividend Sensei, Ralph Baker, Lawrence Fuller, Double Dividend Stocks, Mark Bern, Mark Hibben, Dividend House, J Mintzmyer, William Koldus, Damon Verial, Avi Gilburt, Shailesh Kumar, Chuck Carnevale, Adam Aloisi, and Colorado Wealth Management

Join Chuck at the DIY Investor Summit (free for a limited time) where he shares detailed tips on his core investment strategies, top advice for DIY investors, and specific ways he's positioning for 2017.

Companies mentioned in J's interview: Blackberry (BBRY), Aflac (AFL), Mcrosoft (MSFT), Lockheed Martin (LMT), Church & Dwight (CHD), AbbVie (ABBV), Cardinal Health (CAH), Target (TGT), AT&T (T), Medtronic (MDT), PPG Industries (PPG), Franklin Resources (BEN), T Rowe Price (TROW), S&P 500 (SPY)

Disclosure: This article is for information purposes only. There are risks involved with investing including loss of principal. Brian and Investor in the Family make no explicit or implicit guarantee with respect to performance or the outcome of any investment or projections made. There is no guarantee that the goals of the strategies discussed by Brian and Investor in the Family will be met.

Jan 19 2017

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Rank #7: 125 J Mintzmyer - My Top Advice For DIY Investors

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J Mintzmyer is one of 25 Seeking Alpha Contributors participating in the 2017 DIY Investing Summit. In the summit, one of the questions I asked J was what his top advice would be for DIY investors. Below is an excerpt from the interview and a summary of his response.

J's top advice for DIY investors...

  • The more you invest, the more you realize you're fallible
  • Limit your allocations to speculative investments (no more than 20-30% of portfolio)
  • Don't let someone else dictate your style
  • Never invest money you think you'll need in 3-5 years
  • Try to limit your emotions as best as possible
  • Your investments should be based on fundamentals (ex: earnings? cash flow? etc) and should be a story you believe in
  • If the story changes, sell; don't try to hang around and get lucky
  • If price drops and fundamentals are intact, don't panic
  • Remember why you bought

This is just a small excerpt of what's covered in the interview.

The interview if full of detailed tips on J's core investment strategies, top advice for DIY investors, and specific ways he's positioning for 2017.

Enjoy the full interview with J and other top investors on Seeking Alpha. Registration for the summit is now open and free for a limited time.

Don't like audio/video interviews?

If you prefer to read content as opposed to watch and listen, detailed summary sheets have been created for every interview as an optional add-on. These are better than transcripts, they get to the point and capture all of the highlights.

Full list of summit contributors:

Chris DeMuth, Bret Jensen, Rida Morwa, Brad Thomas, Eric Parnell, Ian Bezek, Richard Lejeune, Richard Berger, Aurelien Windenberger, Doug Eberhardt, Dividend Sensei, Ralph Baker, Lawrence Fuller, Double Dividend Stocks, Mark Bern, Mark Hibben, Dividend House, Rida Morwa, J Mintzmyer, William Koldus, Damon Verial, Avi Gilburt, Shailesh Kumar, Chuck Carnevale, Adam Aloisi, and Colorado Wealth Management

Join J at the DIY Investor Summit (free for a limited time) where he shares detailed tips on his core investment strategies, top advice for DIY investors, and specific ways he's positioning for 2017.

Companies mentioned in J's interview: Golar LNG Partners (GMLP), Teekay Corporation (TK), S&P 500 (SPY)

Disclosure: This article is for information purposes only. There are risks involved with investing including loss of principal. Brian and Investor in the Family make no explicit or implicit guarantee with respect to performance or the outcome of any investment or projections made. There is no guarantee that the goals of the strategies discussed by Brian and Investor in the Family will be met.

Jan 17 2017

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Rank #8: 139 Bret Jensen - How I'm Positioning My Portfolio For 2017

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Bret Jensen is one of 25 Seeking Alpha Contributors participating in the 2017 DIY Investing Summit. In the summit, two of the questions I asked Bret what his "State of the Markets" address to DIY investor would be and how is he positioning himself for 2017. Below is an excerpt from the interview and a summary of his response.

Bret's "State of the Markets" and positioning for 2017...

  • Expects 2017 to be a lot like 2016 with lots of unknowns in the world.
  • China and the new administration are both bit question marks.
  • Biotech and Pharma gains are sustainable as they exit a bear market.
  • The market is fairly to slightly overvalued, domestic small caps should do well.
  • Infrastructure and yield stocks are overvalued.
  • More...

This is just a small excerpt of what's covered in the interview.

The interview is full of detailed tips on Bret's core investment strategies, top advice for DIY investors, and specific ways he's positioning for 2017.

Enjoy the full interview with Bret and other top investors on Seeking Alpha. Registration for the summit is now open and free for a limited time.

Don't like audio/video interviews?

If you prefer to read content as opposed to watch and listen, detailed summary sheets have been created for every interview as an optional add-on.

Full list of summit contributors:

Chris DeMuth, Bret Jensen, Rida Morwa, Brad Thomas, Eric Parnell, Ian Bezek, Richard Lejeune, Richard Berger, Aurelien Windenberger, Doug Eberhardt, Dividend Sensei, Ralph Baker, Lawrence Fuller, Double Dividend Stocks, Mark Bern, Mark Hibben, Dividend House, J Mintzmyer, William Koldus, Damon Verial, Avi Gilburt, Shailesh Kumar, Chuck Carnevale, Adam Aloisi, and Colorado Wealth Management

Join Bret at the DIY Investor Summit (free for a limited time) where he shares detailed tips on his core investment strategies, top advice for DIY investors, and specific ways he's positioning for 2017.

Companies mentioned in Bret's interview: Amicus Therapeutics (FOLD), Ocular Therapeutix (OCUL), Adamas Pharmaceuticals (ADMS), ACADIA Pharmaceuticals (ACAD), Synergy Pharmaceuticals (SGYP), Exelixis (EXEL), Cara Therapeutics (CARA), Aerie Pharmaceuticals (AERI), Health Insurance Innovations (HIIQ), Biotechnology (IBB), and S&P 500 (SPY)

Additional Disclosure: This article is for information purposes only. There are risks involved with investing including loss of principal. Brian and Investor in the Family make no explicit or implicit guarantee with respect to performance or the outcome of any investment or projections made. There is no guarantee that the goals of the strategies discussed by Brian and Investor in the Family will be met.

Jan 20 2017

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Rank #9: 127 Chris DeMuth - Double-Digit Market Decline In Near Future

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Chris DeMuth is one of 25 Seeking Alpha Contributors participating in the 2017 DIY Investing Summit. In the summit, one of the questions I asked Chris was how he is positioning himself for 2017. Below is an excerpt from the interview and a summary of his response.

http://diyinvestingsummit2017.com/

How Chris is prepping for 2017...

  • Looking for ideas with hard catalysts. As markets get more expensive, investments require harder and more compelling evidence.
  • Has big positions in Rite-Aid (RAD), BNCCorp (BNCC), and Bob Evans (BOBE).
  • Believes that a double digit market decline could be on the horizon and wants to be ready. This is a good time to be comfortable with cash and value flexibility.
  • A good idea to be more liquid than marginal counterparty.

This is just a small excerpt of what's covered in the interview.

The interview is full of detailed tips on Chris's core investment strategies, top advice for DIY investors and specific ways he's positioning for 2017.

Enjoy the full interview with Chris and other top investors on Seeking Alpha. Registration for the summit is now open and free for a limited time.

Don't like audio/video interviews?

If you prefer to read content as opposed to watch and listen, detailed summary sheets have been created for every interview as an optional add-on. These are better than transcripts, they get to the point and capture all of the highlights.

Full list of summit contributors:

Chris DeMuth, Bret Jensen, Brad Thomas, Eric Parnell, Rida Morwa, Ian Bezek, Richard Lejeune, Richard Berger, Aurelien Windenberger, Doug Eberhardt, Dividend Sensei, Ralph Baker, Lawrence Fuller, Double Dividend Stocks, Mark Bern, Mark Hibben, Dividend House, J Mintzmyer, William Koldus, Damon Verial, Avi Gilburt, Shailesh Kumar, Chuck Carnevale, Adam Aloisi and Colorado Wealth Management.

Join Chris at the DIY Investor Summit (free for a limited time) where he shares detailed tips on his core investment strategies, top advice for DIY investors and specific ways he's positioning for 2017.

Companies mentioned in Chris's interview: Rite Aid (NYSE:RAD), BNC Corp (OTCQX:BNCC), Bob Evans (NASDAQ:BOBE), Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN), Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA), Valeant (NYSE:VRX), Ocean Shore (NASDAQ:OSHC), Biotechnology (NASDAQ:IBB), S&P 500 (NYSEARCA:SPY)

Disclosure: This article is for information purposes only. There are risks involved with investing, including loss of principal. Brian and Investor in the Family make no explicit or implicit guarantee with respect to performance or the outcome of any investment or projections made. There is no guarantee that the goals of the strategies discussed by Brian and Investor in the Family will be met.

Jan 18 2017

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Rank #10: 138 Dividend House - How And Why I Invest Like A Landlord

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Dividend House is one of 25 Seeking Alpha Contributors participating in the 2017 DIY Investing Summit. In the summit, one of the questions I asked Dividend was what her personal investment philosophy is and how it practically looks as she builds here portfolio. Below is an excerpt from the interview and a summary of his response.

Dividend's personal investment philosophy and portfolio consctruction...

  • Dividend is a "financially conservative, dividend growth investor."
  • Prefers to never sell if possible.
  • Views portfolio as a house with stock groupings that represent foundations, walls, roof, garden and even dog house.
  • Focuses on income contribution as opposed to weigting in portfolio.
  • More...

This is just a small excerpt of what's covered in the interview.

The interview is full of detailed tips on Dividend's core investment strategies, top advice for DIY investors, and specific ways he's positioning for 2017.

Enjoy the full interview with Dividend and other top investors on Seeking Alpha. Registration for the summit is now open and free for a limited time.

Don't like audio/video interviews?

If you prefer to read content as opposed to watch and listen, detailed summary sheets have been created for every interview as an optional add-on.

Full list of summit contributors:

Chris DeMuth, Bret Jensen, Rida Morwa, Brad Thomas, Eric Parnell, Ian Bezek, Richard Lejeune, Richard Berger, Aurelien Windenberger, Doug Eberhardt, Dividend Sensei, Ralph Baker, Lawrence Fuller, Double Dividend Stocks, Mark Bern, Mark Hibben, Dividend House, J Mintzmyer, William Koldus, Damon Verial, Avi Gilburt, Shailesh Kumar, Chuck Carnevale, Adam Aloisi, and Colorado Wealth Management

Join Dividend at the DIY Investor Summit (free for a limited time) where he shares detailed tips on his core investment strategies, top advice for DIY investors, and specific ways he's positioning for 2017.

Companies mentioned in Dividend's interview: Flower Foods (FLO), S&P 500 (SPY)

Additional Disclosure: This article is for information purposes only. There are risks involved with investing including loss of principal. Brian and Investor in the Family make no explicit or implicit guarantee with respect to performance or the outcome of any investment or projections made. There is no guarantee that the goals of the strategies discussed by Brian and Investor in the Family will be met.

Jan 20 2017

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Rank #11: 141 Chuck Carnevale - How To Avoid Investing Failure

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Chuck Carnevale is one of 25 Seeking Alpha Contributors participating in the 2017 DIY Investing Summit. In the summit, one of the questions I asked Chuck was why he thinks so many DIY investors struggle and what they can do about it. Below is an excerpt from the interview and a summary of his response.

*Chuck's full interview is available for free today.

Chuck's advice on how to avoid investing struggles and failures...

  • A portfolio is like a bar of soap, the more you handle it the smaller it gets.
  • Have the mindset as becoming a shareholder/partner in the business.
  • Doesn’t judge an investment sooner than 3-5 years.
  • Great investments take decades.
  • More...

This is just a small excerpt of what's covered in the interview.

The interview is full of detailed tips on Chuck's core investment strategies, top advice for DIY investors, and specific ways he's positioning for 2017.

Enjoy the full interview with Chuck and other top investors on Seeking Alpha. Registration for the summit is now open and free for a limited time.

Don't like audio/video interviews?

If you prefer to read content as opposed to watch and listen, detailed summary sheets have been created for every interview as an optional add-on.

Full list of summit contributors:

Chris DeMuth, Bret Jensen, Rida Morwa, Brad Thomas, Eric Parnell, Ian Bezek, Richard Lejeune, Richard Berger, Aurelien Windenberger, Doug Eberhardt, Dividend Sensei, Ralph Baker, Lawrence Fuller, Double Dividend Stocks, Mark Bern, Mark Hibben, Dividend House, J Mintzmyer, William Koldus, Damon Verial, Avi Gilburt, Shailesh Kumar, Chuck Carnevale, Adam Aloisi, and Colorado Wealth Management

Join Chuck at the DIY Investor Summit (free for a limited time) where he shares detailed tips on his core investment strategies, top advice for DIY investors, and specific ways he's positioning for 2017.

Companies mentioned in Chuck's interview: BlackBerry (NASDAQ:BBRY), Aflac (NYSE:AFL), Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT), Lockheed Martin (NYSE:LMT), Church & Dwight (NYSE:CHD), AbbVie (NYSE:ABBV), Cardinal Health (NYSE:CAH), Target (NYSE:TGT), AT&T (NYSE:T), Medtronic (NYSE:MDT), PPG Industries (NYSE:PPG), Franklin Resources (NYSE:BEN), T. Rowe Price (NASDAQ:TROW), S&P 500 (NYSEARCA:SPY)

Additional Disclosure: This article is for information purposes only. There are risks involved with investing including loss of principal. Brian and Investor in the Family make no explicit or implicit guarantee with respect to performance or the outcome of any investment or projections made. There is no guarantee that the goals of the strategies discussed by Brian and Investor in the Family will be met.

Jan 27 2017

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Rank #12: 173 - How To Become A Great Investor With AAII (Wayne Thorp)

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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.

Enjoy!

Links: aaii.com 

Apr 25 2018

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Rank #13: 148 - Boring Stuff That Can Make You An Amazing Investor (1966 Letter)

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Welcome to Episode 2 of the "Becoming Buffett" Series!

This week we discuss the 1966 letter to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders.

Buffett's annual letters book: http://amzn.to/2ogVi4U

Some brief notes:

1966

“It has always been among the goals of BH to maintain a strong financial position.”

  • Remember, we are business owners.
  • The management of our family’s finances and investment is a business.
  • We must not make the mistake of degrading our situation with false mindsets that lead us to any other thinking.
  • The term “personal finance” seems almost inane (boring and worthy to be ignored), but the term “corporate finance” has the air of grandeur.
  • We cannot make that mistake.
  • The management of our personal finances is a business endeavor that must be taken seriously
  • In Buffett’s 1966 letter (not signed by Buffett) we see why.
  • This is the letter that plants the seeds for the birth of BH as we now know it
  • The meat of the letter is the company’s intentions to have a strong financial position and be poised to act when acquisition opportunities arise
  • Is the same true for YOU and ME?
  • Another point I want to make is the chart I mentioned last week showing the companies that BH has acquired since 1965.
  • I count 59 companies over 50 years.
  • How does that compare to your portfolio?
  • Why don’t we buy like this?
  • The Entrepreneur to Mutual Fund of Mutual Funds continuum
  • The less info we have, the more diversified we should be
  • Knowledge/understanding = conviction = concentration of assets

http://investorinthefamily.com/ 

Apr 13 2017

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Rank #14: 146 Bret Jensen - Upcoming Catalysts For Biotech (PLUS: 2 Small Cap Picks)

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Biotech update from Bret Jensen.

http://investorinthefamily.com/

  • Outperforming market in 2017 after 18 month bear
  • Big uptick in M&A in Jan
    • 3 big deals
  • Feb and Mar have been fairly flat
  • Lots of resistance technically
    • Need an uptick in MA or earnings to break through
    • Expect the uptick to happen in MA
  • Watch Trump’s actions and not words
    • Has appointed 2 free market minded people (FDA,
    • Proposed to double fees for drug approval
    • Watching repeal and replace of ACA
      • Needs to happen before tax and regulatory reform
      • Expect the repeal to happen by April or May
  • Ocular Therapeutix (OCUL)
    • Trigger event in July, new product for cataract surgery
    • Insider buying
  • Omerisk (OMER)
    • OMS721
    • Priced at just over $10 w PTs in the $30
    • Next trigger event in few years

Mar 29 2017

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Rank #15: 164 Eric Parnell - Identifying When And How The Bull Market Dies

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Join us at the June 2017 DIY Investing Summit! Hear from nine top investors from Seeking Alpha as we discuss the outlook for the second half of 2017 plus lots of timeless investing wisdom.

http://diyinvestingsummit.com

The summit is free for a limited time and begins Tuesday, June 27th.

http://diyinvestingsummit.com

Jun 24 2017

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Rank #16: 166 - A Primer On Bitcoin (Etc) That Won't Make You Crazy

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I hope you enjoy the show!

A few links to resources mentioned:

https://coinmarketcap.com/

Digital Gold (Book)

The Internet Of Money (Book)

Want to hear more on digital currencies? Shoot me an email:

brian @ investor in the family . com

Have a great week and don't forget to subscribe!

- Brian

P.S. FYI - Book links are Amazon affiliate links, you pay same price, but I get a small %. Win-win.

Aug 11 2017

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Rank #17: 199 - Banks, Trade Wars, And The Next Great Opportunity (Chris DeMuth)

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Government Policy has played a huge role in 2018 including tax reform, regulation reform, and trade wars. Chris talks to Brian about how to make sense of it all and where to find opportunities.

Jul 07 2018

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Rank #18: 185 - The Opportunities That Get Buffett Excited (1978 Letter)

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Do you know the four core criteria that Warren Buffett uses to pick is stock opportunities?

Brian and David discuss them here.

Enjoy!

Jun 07 2018

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Rank #19: 178 - How To Triple Your Money In Three Years (Kirk Spano)

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May 23 2018

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Rank #20: 134 Mark Hibben - My Top Advice For DIY Investors

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Mark Hibben is one of 25 Seeking Alpha Contributors participating in the 2017 DIY Investing Summit. In the summit, one of the questions I asked Mark was what his top advice would be for DIY investors. We also discuss his personal investment philosophy, most influential investing books read, and more. Below is an excerpt from the interview and a summary of his response.

Mark's top advice for DIY investors...

  • There is no substitute for going through the primary documents of a company.
  • Doing your homework is easier if you already have a base knowledge to build from in the industry.
  • Focus your efforts on a few companies.
  • Ignore what the market believes and focus on intrinsic value.
  • More...

This is just a small excerpt of what's covered in the interview.

The interview is full of detailed tips on Mark's core investment strategies, top advice for DIY investors, and specific ways he's positioning for 2017.

Enjoy the full interview with Mark and other top investors on Seeking Alpha. Registration for the summit is now open and free for a limited time.

Don't like audio/video interviews?

If you prefer to read content as opposed to watch and listen, detailed summary sheets have been created for every interview as an optional add-on.

Full list of summit contributors:

Chris DeMuth, Bret Jensen, Rida Morwa, Brad Thomas, Eric Parnell, Ian Bezek, Richard Lejeune, Richard Berger, Aurelien Windenberger, Doug Eberhardt, Dividend Sensei, Ralph Baker, Lawrence Fuller, Double Dividend Stocks, Mark Bern, Mark Hibben, Dividend House, J Mintzmyer, William Koldus, Damon Verial, Avi Gilburt, Shailesh Kumar, Chuck Carnevale, Adam Aloisi, and Colorado Wealth Management

Join Mark at the DIY Investor Summit (free for a limited time) where he shares detailed tips on his core investment strategies, top advice for DIY investors, and specific ways he's positioning for 2017.

Companies mentioned in Mark's interview: AMD (AMD), Nvidia (NVDA), Tesla (TSLA), Apple (AAPL), Taiwan Semiconductor (TSM), Magna (MGA), Microsoft (MSFT), S&P 500 (SPY)

Additional Disclosure: This article is for information purposes only. There are risks involved with investing including loss of principal. Brian and Investor in the Family make no explicit or implicit guarantee with respect to performance or the outcome of any investment or projections made. There is no guarantee that the goals of the strategies discussed by Brian and Investor in the Family will be met.

Jan 20 2017

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