Jake Taylor Joins Us to Discuss Value Investing and the Importance of Journaling

Welcome to the Investing for Beginners podcast. In today’s show, we chat with Jake Taylor, CEO of Farnam Street Investments and co-host of Value After Hours:

  • How did Jake get started in the investing world?
  • How does Jake think about value investing and has his perspective changed over the years?
  • What are Jake’s thoughts on projecting future results
  • How to think about base rates
  • Jake talks about some of his investing mistakes from base rates, and what he learned from those mistakes
  • Jake’s opinion on DIY investing and how investing information flows learning to deal with those ideas
  • What the market needs to generate good returns
  • How Jake uses Journalytic to help him keep track of his investment thought process

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Farnam Street Investments

Value Investor Hours

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