IFB333: Free Financial Tools – Accessing Relevant Ratios and Revenue Sources

On episode 333 of the Investing For Beginners Podcast, Dave and Andrew dive into three great listener questions. They start with Tyron’s inquiry about evaluating stocks in the European market and discuss the implications of currency differences and accounting practices. They then address Sergio’s question about free financial ratio tools, offering recommendations like Quickfs.net and […]

IFB332: Listener Q&A – From Paycheck to Paycheck and Starting to Invest

In the latest episode of The Investing For Beginners Podcast, Dave and Andrew tackle key listener questions about investing and finance. The episode kicks off with advice for a listener named Danny, who is living paycheck to paycheck despite having no debt. Andrew and Dave discuss the importance of starting to save for retirement, offering […]

IFB327: Beginner’s Guide to Investing – $500 Strategies and Understanding Dividend Yields

Welcome back to The Investing For Beginners Podcast. I’m your co-host Dave, alongside Andrew, and you’re tuning into Episode 327. Today, we ease the minds of new investors considering how to wisely invest $500. Don’t overthink it—we’ve got strategies for you, from monthly investment increments to understanding dividends and earnings per share. We answer a […]

IFB326: The Intersection of Growth and Value in Investing

Welcome to The Investing For Beginners Podcast, episode 326! I’m your host Dave, joined by Andrew, as we explore the crucial connection between growth and value in investments. We’ll discuss how a company’s revenue growth influences its value and the role profitability plays in its success. In response to Liam’s query, we’ll share our strategies […]

IFB324: The Art of Portfolio Diversification and Stock Picking Frequency

Hello, investors! Welcome to episode 324 of The Investing For Beginners Podcast. I’m Dave, here with Andrew. Today, we’re answering a listener’s question on how to smartly invest $100 a week in top-tier companies like Apple and Google. We’re discussing the power of consistent investing, strategic compounding, and aligning your retirement goals with your investment […]

IFB321: Getting Started with Investing in Stocks – Easy Steps for New and Tight Budgets

In this episode of the Investing for Beginners Podcast, Dave and Andrew address three listener questions, offering valuable insights and tips for investing. The first question focuses on getting started with stock investing on a tight budget, discussing the simplicity of opening a brokerage account and making initial investments. Next, they tackle the age-old dilemma […]

IFB320: The Art of Analyzing Stock Price Drops and Investment Fundamentals

Welcome to episode 320 of The Investing For Beginners Podcast! I’m Dave, here with Andrew, and today we’re tackling how to invest smartly in company assets, sidestepping management pitfalls. We’ll discuss the art of reading annual reports, deciphering ownership structures, and the nuances of investing in yieldcos.Market downturns can be unnerving, so we’ll help you […]

IFB319: Cutting Losses: A Guide to Exiting Bad Investments

Welcome to the 319th episode of “The Investing For Beginners Podcast”! I’m Dave, and with me as always, is Andrew. Today we’re diving into reader’s questions on spin offs and when to quit an investment experiencing losses. With expert insight into the hidden potentials of spin offs and the crucial signs that indicate if it’s […]

IFB317: Listener Q&A – Navigating Market Turbulence with Long-Term Investments

From figuring out profitable business models to spreading investments across sectors, we’ve got it all covered in this episode. Get ready for some discussions on the importance of aligning your business goals with your passion and the value your business can contribute. We’ll also explore the passive approach of owning the entire stock market, strategies […]

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