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Uncover potential new investments and learn about financial markets on the Chit Chat Money podcast. Our flagship show releases three episodes a week with a focus on analyzing individual stocks in a variety of formats. We periodically publish seasons of a History of Financial Markets, which you can listen to here. The show notes for each episode are published on this website, which you can find below.

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How I Research a Stock

If you want to be a successful stock picker, you need a consistent research process. This will not only help you find the right companies for your portfolio but make it easier and more efficient to sift through the thousands of publicly trading businesses on the market. And just as there is no one-size-fits-all investing strategy, there are no cookie-cutter approaches to investment research. What matters is whether the process works for you to be able to find quality companie

Fundamental Analysis of Global Payments Network

On the latest Fundamental Analysis Show we discussed Global Payments Network, a legacy fintech stock. Highlights from the Show: Founded in 1967 EV/FCF of 43.6 Low ROIC $6.8 billion in net debt Listen to the full show: Spotify Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts #business #GlobalPaymentsNetwork #Stocks #Investing #GPN #FundamentalAnalysis #Finance

Fundamental Analysis of Atlassian Corporation

On the latest Fundamental Analysis Show we discussed Atlassian Corporation, a workflow SaaS stock. Highlights from the Show: EV/sales of 25.6 Revenue growth of 37% Profitable Listen to the full show: Spotify Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts #Saas #business #Stocks #Atlassian #Investing #FundamentalAnalysis #Finance

CCM Episode 68: Mutual Funds Masked as ETFs

This week we did a deep dive into the ETF industry and why we are not bullish on the growth of non-index funds. We also discussed Scott Galloway’s 2020 predictions and discussed corporate coaching trees. Other Segments this Week: What inning are certain stocks in? Kobe’s investing success Listen to the full show: Spotify Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts #business #podcasts #ETFs #Kobe #Investing #Scottgalloway #Finance #Mu

Ferrari, Not Your Average Car Maker

Ferrari is not an auto manufacturer. They are an ultra-luxury toy producer. Obviously they do design and produce cars, but that’s not the proper way to view the business. Ferrari has a market cap of $40 Billion. For reference, in 2018 Ferrari shipped 9,251 vehicles. Ford on the other hand, a $35 Billion business, delivered 2,497,318 vehicles. Ferrari is delivering less than .4% of Ford’s annual delivery numbers and still commands a higher valuation. So what makes Ferrari so v

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