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Step 1: Watch video (or read PDF) on how to find the best stocks

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After finishing Step 1 and learning how to find the best stocks, if you do not know the following information listed below in Step 2, Step 3, or Step 4, I highly recommend you learn it, in order to:

  1. Increase the odds of earning high investment returns

  2. Decrease risk of losing money

Step 2: Remaining information you need before investing in stocks

Now that you will know one of my strategies for finding great investments, you will now need to know:

  1. Which stocks to buy?

  2. When to buy?

  3. How much to buy?

  4. When to sell?

  5. How many stocks should you own?

  6. Which business to avoid

  7. What not to look at when investing

  8. Why you shouldn't use metrics like P/E or P/FCF

  9. What not to look at to determine how a business is doing

  10. How to avoid tricking yourself

  11. Avoiding a common mistake my value investors

  12. What not to waste your time on

  13. Avoid what ruins many

  14. Great method to discover new ideas

  15. Easiest and best producing strategy

  16. Best sizes of companies

  17. Great situations to look for

  18. Best types of industries

  19. Great tools to find ideas

  20. Best types of industries and

  21. What to do before buying a stock

  22. How to value a company and calculate intrinsic value

  23. What to constantly search for and why

  24. Why it is important to have a deep understanding of your holdings

  25. When growth is bad

  26. Timing stocks vs timing the market

  27. When "buy low, sell high" is not enough

  28. and much more

Step 3: Remaining information you need to analyze stocks

Now that you will know one of my strategies for finding great investments, you will now need to know:

  1. Best resources for analyzing stocks and businesses

  2. How to use opportunuity cost to analyze new and existing ideas

  3. How to test investment theories and assumptions

  4. Reasons you must analyze the competition

  5. One of the best reasons to analyze the competition

  6. What to look for when analyzing competition

  7. Best question to ask for analyzing competition

  8. Which metrics to avoid

  9. The most important metric

  10. Best ways to conduct field research

  11. Characteristics of growth (x8)

  12. Characteristics of a long runway (x9)

  13. Great business qualities (x13)

  14. Mental models (x10)

  15. Chemistry mental models (x1)

  16. Engineering mental models (x1)

  17. Microeconomics mental models (x2)

  18. Biology mental models (x3)

  19. Rational capital allocation, CEO and management effectiveness characteristics (x13)

  20. and more

Step 4: Remaining information you need to investigate stocks

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Now that you will know one of my strategies for finding great investments, you will now need to know:

  1. The exact methods I use to follow and investigate businesses for investment purposes

  2. The many methods I have successfully used to find public information before others

  3. Where and how to look to find public information before others

  4. The knowledge I have gained from obsessively investigating companies can be applied the same across any company you are interested in

  5. What is sleuthing

  6. What is scuttlebutt

  7. My best kept secret

  8.  Different methods for finding public investment information before others (x17)

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