A Stock Market Podcast Focused OnIndividual Investors
Stock Stories helps you learn about the business behind the stock. With well over 100 episodes, covering company case studies, mental models, and more, we’re learning together how to make better investing decisions.
The best part is, we’re just getting started.
My Latest Thoughts on
Long Term Investing
Learning to invest in the stock market has been and will continue to be a big journey! I’m grateful that you’re joining me for the ride. Below are some of my thoughts are investing in the stock market, and a little bit about my story.
It all started with the Half Price Bookstore. I was home from college and had decided to go into the bookstore with my sister and browse around for a while. Then, the thought struck me, “I’m about to graduate and enter the real world - I don’t know anything about...
The Stock Stories podcast explores company case studies and mental models.
See my favorite investing books, tools, and resources.
Learn more about me and why I created Stock Stories.
What is Stock Stories?
Stock Stories is a podcast and platform designed to help you, the individual investor, make better decisions. We look at case studies of real companies and mental models as our main learning tools.
Will You Do An Episode on XYZ Company?
Part of my goal with this platform is to review, research, and present my findings on the largest American companies, which are part of the S&P 500 index.
Occasionally I will cover smaller companies or companies based in other countries as well. There’s no guarantees, but if you make a suggestion I’ll try to work it into the show at some point.
What is a Mental Model?
Mental Models are thought experiments that express an idea or principle. I like to think of them as a framework for worldly wisdom.
Popularized in the investment community by Charlie Munger, they come from a wide range of disciplines, including psychology, biology, statistics, etc.
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Stocks are Businesses
Behind every stock is a real business that sells products and servics to customers. Understanding the business better helps with understanding the nature of the stock.
Price is what you pay and value is what you get. Every stock has an intrinsic value that represents what it is actually worth.