Imagine streaming video service which allowed you to you watch Michael Mauboussin speak for an hour a day on a topic like expectations investing.
Then imagine nothing to detract from that like people blathering about market noise like they were announcers at a basketball game.
2/ What is more instructive for investment analysis – determining value or expected return?
What is the difference between “cheap” and “mis-priced”?
What is the difference between a great business, a good business and a bad business?
3/ How can we evaluate when a business and/or an industry’s mid-long term economics change?
How can we evaluate company specific structural mis-pricings that exist?
How can we categorize investment opportunities to improve how we value and define them?
4/ How can we define a process to source mis-pricings into investment categories?
What are the commonly used valuation methodologies and which are most instructive for certain situations?
What is the most effective framework for modeling a business and what are the pitfalls?
5/ How can we evaluate management’s history of capital allocation?
How important is it and how do we factor this into valuation?
What top-down inputs are instructive for a security analyst?
What lessons have we learned from previous bubbles?
6/ Can computing and evaluating asset class expected returns help source where a security analyst might find mis-pricings and compounding opportunities?
How do we evaluate secular headwinds or tailwinds for industries and businesses? https://www8.gsb.columbia.edu/courses/mba/2018/spring/b8368-001 …
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