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Join a growing community of investors who are building wealth through rational thinking and compound interest. Hosted by Chris Franco, CMQ Investing uncovers the truth about investing. You will learn the investment strategies of legendary investors like Charlie Munger, Warren Buffett, and John Bogle. We share lessons from investment books and academic studies, and combine this with market commentary and financial news. Tune-out the noise when you tune-in with us!
 
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Episode #50 of the CMQ Investing podcast gives you the (unconventional) wisdom you need to navigate inflation as an investor. You will learn why cash is not always trash, even during an inflationary period like the one we are experiencing together in 2021. This episode features time-tested investing wisdom of Phil Fisher, as shared in his book, Pat…
 
In episode #49 of the CMQ Investing podcast, I answer your questions about Rivian's IPO (RIVN) and their contract with Amazon, my thoughts on MicroStrategy (MSTR), when to cut losses, the ridiculousness of $100 million NFTs, index funds vs. REITs, and why I think crypto is an exciting technology but a potentially dangerous investment. If you enjoy …
 
In Episode #48 of the CMQ Investing podcast, you'll learn the often-overlooked context behind Warren Buffett's investment in Apple—and why diverting from the Wall Street consensus was crucial to his $100 billion profit. I share the big lesson from Buffett's Apple investment that has helped me as an investor. If you enjoy the content, please subscri…
 
In Episode #47 of the CMQ Investing podcast, I answer your questions about Charlie Munger's investment style (and how it differs from Warren Buffett), offer advice for new investors, and share my thoughts on Alibaba's (BABA) dip, the metaverse and much more. If you enjoy the content, please subscribe and share.…
 
In Episode #46 of the CMQ Investing podcast, we cover a range of investing-related topics e.g. how to read 10-K reports, Charlie Munger's investment in Alibaba, reasons to sell your stocks, the connected fitness industry, why I admire Peter Lynch, my thoughts on Microsoft, Tesla, Gamestop, and much more. If you enjoy our content, please subscribe a…
 
In Episode #45 of the CMQ Investing podcast, we cover a range of investing-related topics e.g. real estate, REITs, the Rivian IPO, my cryptocurrency allocation, Solana, Facebook's foray into the metaverse, and much more. If you enjoy our content, please subscribe and share.Av Chris Franco
 
In Episode #44 of the CMQ Investing podcast, we cover the Squid Game Memecoin crash. The cryptocurrency that was known as SQUID went from $2,862 per coin to $0 per coin in seconds. We connect the dots to an excerpt from "A Random Walk Down Wall Street" about Tulip Bulb Mania and Bitcoin whales. Jimmy NY also makes an appearance with his own memecoi…
 
In Episode #43 of the CMQ Investing podcast, we provide context to the recent controversy over Charlie Munger's windowless dorm rooms at UCSB. You will learn why a 2019 WSJ article said that Munger's "approach to architecture echoes his roughly six-decade-long career as an investor: He revels in his ornery defiance of conventional wisdom." If you l…
 
In Episode #42 of the CMQ Investing podcast, I share my new tool: The Bad Business Checklist. I created this checklist based on what Charlie Munger and Warren Buffett have said about businesses dating back to 1994. It has helped me as an investor, and I hope it helps you, too. If you learn something valuable, please subscribe and share. Thank you!…
 
In episode #40 of the CMQ Investing podcast, you will learn why stocks with strong brands can profit during inflation. This episode features examples from Chipotle, P&G, Nestle, and more. We also give a nod to Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger's purchase of See's Candies. If you learn something from this episode, please share and subscribe.…
 
In Episode #36 of the CMQ Investing podcast, you will learn why Charlie Munger told Howard Marks that anyone who finds investing easy is stupid. The Full Memo - https://www.oaktreecapital.com/docs/default-source/memos/2015-09-09-its-not-easy.pdf CMQ Investing Newsletter - https://CMQinvesting.com CMQ Investing YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/cmqi…
 
In Episode #35 of the CMQ Investing podcast, you will learn about Charlie Munger's big investment in Los Angeles real estate, how Apple became one of the world’s largest video game companies, and how history says a bull market for bonds could be on the way. CMQ Investing Newsletter - https://CMQinvesting.com CMQ Investing YouTube - https://www.yout…
 
In Episode #34 of the CMQ Investing podcast, you will learn the mind-blowing impact that the costs of investing can have on your long-term performance. Chris Franco reads from a 2005 Jack Bogle keynote speech; one that taught him an invaluable lesson that all investors would benefit from learning. Newsletter - https://CMQinvesting.com YouTube - htt…
 
In Episode #33 of the CMQ Investing podcast, we discuss Bogle and Buffett, Evergrande, BABA, Charlie Munger's wisdom, Isaac Newton’s big investing mistake, ETH, PYPL, COIN, mental models for CHWY and more. YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/CMQInvesting Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/charliemungerquotes/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/chrisfranco…
 
In episode #32 of the CMQ Investing Podcast, we cover the following: The latest stock market news Buying the dip Growth Stocks vs. Value Stocks Ford vs. Tesla Risk Investment Checklists Howard Marks Charlie Munger For more investing wisdom: Subscribe to the CMQ Investing Youtube Channel Follow our Instagram @CharlieMungerQuotes…
 
In episode #31 of the CMQ Investing Podcast, you will learn one of the key concepts from Howard Marks’ classic investing book, The Most Important Thing. How do legendary investors like Charlie Munger and Warren Buffett achieve consistently superior investment returns decade after decade? The answer is second-level thinking. This excerpt from the ep…
 
In this episode of the CMQ Investing Podcast, you will learn why the idea that Bitcoin is the greatest investment opportunity of a lifetime doesn't agree with reality. This epiphany came about thanks to mastering the big ideas from all the major disciplines (just as Charlie Munger recommends). This audio was recorded during recent Instagram live br…
 
This episode is the audio-only version of a recent live broadcast we hosted via @CharlieMungerQuotes. We cover a range of investing-related topics e.g. Bitcoin, bubbles, entrepreneurship, Facebook vs. Apple, thematic ETFs, Charlie Munger, rental properties, and much more.Av Chris Franco
 
This episode of the CMQ Investing podcast is the audio-only version of a recent live broadcast we hosted via @CharlieMungerQuotes. We cover a range of investing-related topics e.g. cryptocurrency, NFTs, mental models, investor psychology, diversification, wealth management fees, and much more.Av Chris Franco
 
This episode of the CMQ Investing podcast explores the build-up and aftermath of the Dot-Com Stock Market Crash. The following comes from a CNN Money article circa 2000: "Call it the $1.755 trillion dot.com investing lesson. It's hard to think of a publicly traded Internet company that is not down at least 75 percent from its 52-week high and that …
 
Thematic ETFs are one of most popular investment vehicles in 2021, but do they make sense for retail investors? In this episode of the CMQ Investing podcast, we explore our hunch that thematic ETFs are a ripoff. For more timeless investing wisdom, subscribe to our newsletter (cmqinvesting.substack.com) and YouTube Channel (CMQinvesting).…
 
Why was the 2000 Berkshire Hathaway Annual Shareholders Meeting a "worse than humiliating" experience for Warren Buffett? In this episode of the CMQ Investing podcast, we spin up the CMQ Time Machine and take a trip to Omaha, Nebraska in the year 2000, when Buffett and Munger were facing serious backslash for not investing Berkshire Hathaway's cash…
 
What do John Bogle, Ray Dalio, Benjamin Graham, and Warren Buffett have in common? What is one mistake they all tell investors to avoid? Listen to the latest episode of the CMQ Investing podcast to find out. For more investing wisdom, subscribe to our free newsletter at cmqinvesting.com.Av Chris Franco
 
The stock market hasn't been the same since Robinhood (HOOD) went public. What is the long-term forecast? Is Robinhood's stock a buy? Why or why not? Find out in the latest episode of the CMQ Investing podcast. For more investing wisdom, subscribe to our email newsletter for free via cmqinvesting.com. Follow @ChrisFranco on Twitter and @CharlieMung…
 
This episode is a continuation of the big theme from Episode #15. You will learn how Warren Buffett (and Charlie Munger) disregarded the dogma of the day i.e. the notion that risk equals volatility. This didn’t happen only because of Buffett’s propensity for long-term thinking, but it would not have happened without it. Subscribe to our email newsl…
 
The best investing minds of all-time have reached the same conclusion: To create long-term wealth, you need to be a long-term investor. To be a long-term investor, you need to be a long-term thinker. And no one illustrates the power of long-term thinking better than Jeff Bezos. This episode explores Bezos’ long-term thinking skills and how Bezos ha…
 
Episode #14 was prompted by a question that Bryan asked me on Instagram: I agree that it’s best to be concentrated and knowledgeable about a few companies that are good ideas trading at good prices, but what do you think of the argument that some people make that when you’re younger, you should be more “enterprising” with your strategy or even more…
 
CMQ Investing discovers a connection between investing disasters and engineering disasters with the help of Charlie Munger's favorite mental trick. For more investing wisdom, subscribe to our email newsletter for free via cmqinvesting.com. Follow @ChrisFranco on Twitter and @CharlieMungerQuotes on IG.…
 
This episode covers the eerie similarities between Warren Buffett’s opening remarks at the 2021 Berkshire Hathaway Shareholders Meeting and the legendary investor's presentation at the Sun Valley Conference in 1999. For more investing wisdom, subscribe to our email newsletter for free via cmqinvesting.com.…
 
When is it the right time for you to sell the stock? The greatest investing minds of all time have thought about this question. I uncovered their individual answers and brought it all together for you. We begin by addressing the recent 50% decline of ViacomCBS (VIAC). Investors featured in this episode are Warren Buffett, Peter Lynch, John Templeto…
 
A friend asked me, "What is one piece of investing advice you would give a younger version of you?" This episode has the answer and much more. The star of the episode is Warren Buffett, but there are appearances from Benjamin Graham, Charlie Munger, Elon Musk, and TikTok Investors.Av Chris Franco
 
Charlie Munger said the following to investors at the 2021 Daily Journal shareholder meeting: “Robinhood trades are not free. When you pay for order flow, you're probably charging your customers more and pretending to be free. It's a very dishonorable, low-grade way to talk.” In this episode, you will learn: - What did Charlie Munger mean by this? …
 
Whether you know about mental models or not, this episode adds something completely unique to the conversation. The multidisciplinary (aka multiple mental models) approach to thinking gave Charlie Munger an enduring competitive edge as an investor, and he credits it with enhancing all areas of his life. We put Charlie’s first public discussion abou…
 
This episode provides a deeper understanding the power of compound interest, specifically how you can use it your advantage in investing and in life. Here is what our listeners are saying: - "What I loved most about the podcast is how much important info you covered in such a short period of time.": - "Extraordinarily enjoyable and well written. Yo…
 
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