Ep. 399 – Frankly Speaking: Taxes, Nike, and Day-Trading

Welcome back to Frankly Speaking, where I answer any questions that you, the listeners, may have.

We start today with a question from Jamison wondering when I am going to write a book.

The next is a question from Scott who would like to know which Presidential candidate would be the best for Wall Street.

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Dan writes in and has a question about purchasing stock of a company right after a CEO departure.

Jim writes in to ask about discounted cash flow models.

And our last question comes from a Stephen who wants to know whether it makes sense to start ‘day trading’ his retirement savings.

As always, thanks for listening and good investing.


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