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25 Stocks of Christmas, Day 20: Ryan Reeves Talks Peloton

On our 20th “25 Stocks of Christmas” episode, Ryan Reeves from Investing City joined the show to talk Peloton. Ryan is a great analyst, and I think anyone interested in the company can learn something from this episode. Listen on: Spotify Apple #Peloton #RyanReeves

Fundamental Analysis: Peloton

***Use our link or enter promo code “CCM” at checkout to get $10 off your first month at 7investing*** Watch on YouTube Listen on Spotify On this Sunday’s Fundamental Analysis show we discussed Peloton. Here is a screenshot summary of the show: What is Peloton? It sells exercise bikes and digital subscriptions for exercise classes. When were they founded? In 2012 by John Foley. Valuation: EV/sales of 11.8, EV/GP of 27. Latest Earnings: $758 million in sales growing 232% YoY O

The Four Quadrants of Investability

***Use our link or enter promo code “CCM” at checkout to get $10 off your first month at 7investing*** There are two things I think about when evaluating a potential investment. One is if/how the financials of the underlying business will change (the fundamentals). The second is if/how the valuation the company trades at will change. This allows me to classify an investment into four different quadrants, based on what I believe to be true about the company: Valuation re-ratin

Episode 93: Interview With Richard Chu

***Use our link or enter promo code “CCM” at checkout to get $10 off your first month at 7investing*** This week we had the pleasure of talking with Richard Chu, an analyst at Sage Partners. Richard is the blueprint for someone using Twitter/Substack to find a job in the investing industry, and is a prime example of what putting your thoughts out into the universe can do for you. On the show we did a deep dive into the Livongo and Teladoc merger, and then discussed Peloton an

Fundamental Analysis of Peloton

On this episode of the Fundamental Analysis show, we discussed Peloton (PTON), the at-home fitness brand. Highlights from the Show: Going public shortly, rumors of $8 billion valuation Growing revenue 110% Over 500,000 connected fitness subscribers Only has two products (bike and treadmill) so far Listen to the full show: Spotify Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts #Peloton #Stocks #InvestingPodcasts #Investing #FundamentalAnalysis #Finance

 

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