Welcome to Investing for Beginners podcast! Today’s episode will be another round of great listener questions! As we’ve always said, we love receiving listener questions as it compels us to revisit important basic concepts in investing and also take deep dives into interesting topics so keep it coming guys! For this episode, we will talk about best pieces of advice for beginners in choosing their first stocks, the home country bias and a financial ratio that is often overlooked. Listen on!
Timestamps of the episode:
-The best piece of advice for beginners buying their first stocks. [02:20]
-There’s nothing wrong being an indexer. [06:55]
-Why as a beginner, it’s not bad having a home country bias. [08:30]
-Taxes to consider when investing internationally. [16:28]
-What is a payout ratio? and how high it should be. [18:00]
-The risks of having a high payout ratio and how it stunts a growth of a business. [22:48]
-Why Visa and Apple are great examples of a great business with a low payout ratio but brings great returns. [25:37]
Note: Timestamps may differ and are approximate, depending on your podcast player.
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