Follow along with our book “Understanding Behavioral Bia$” by Dr. Daniel Krawczyk and George Baxter, JD, CFA, (Chapter 8) while listening to this podcast. BUY on Amazon https://amzn.to/2XHtsOE (copy and paste). Electronic version and paperback.
The purpose of fundamental research during the investment process is to understand the cooperative position of the business/stock and devise the value of the business of its ability to generate free cash flow now or in to the future. Create a predictive model of what you think the development of the fundamental aspects of the business will lead to from an operational stand point. How will Wall Street and other investors view the stock as these developments come to life.
Minute 16:00: discussion of vaping stocks, industry and government oversight.
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