On today’s episode of The Investing For Beginners Podcast, Dave and Andrew dive into the fascinating world of acquisitions in finance. They discuss the risks associated with acquisitions, using Topgolf as a prime example. The hosts explore Topgolf’s increased enterprise value through debt and the potential impact this could have on cash flow and interest coverage.
They compare Topgolf’s acquisition strategy to that of successful companies like Google and Microsoft, highlighting the importance of generating sufficient cash flow to avoid heavy debt. The hosts also discuss the need to gather information about TaylorMade, a company they are interested in, and share valuable insights into conducting financial analysis. Stay tuned as Dave and Andrew share their expert perspectives on acquisitions, risk management, and the importance of comprehensive research in the investing world.
00:01:39 “Fun, busy hangout spot with games and drinks.”
00:04:12 Strasphere Software: 97% revenue growth, dividend cut.
00:07:42 Looking at company overview metrics, potential concerns.
00:11:10 Topgolf acquisition and debt increase, potential risks.
00:13:11 Topgolf 2019 acquisition strategy, apparel focus
00:17:38 Research TaylorMade’s public/private status and industry position.
00:21:06 Understanding company risks, financials, and management incentives.
00:26:21 Time spent analyzing a company is valuable.
00:28:24 Wrap up show, subscribe, review, invest safely.
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