IFB110: Value ETF Primed for the Value Investing Recovery with Tobias Carlisle
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Speaker: 00:36 Welcome
to the Investing for Beginners podcast. I am Andrew Sather; we have another
great interview for you today. Dave’s taking the day off again. Today we have
Tobias Carlisle. He has done a ton of stuff in the online space, the investing
space and made some great contributions to the value investing world as well.
So with that, Tobias, I love to dig into all the stuff you’ve got going on, but
thanks for joining us today.
Tobias: 01:05 Hey,
thanks for the very kind introduction, Andrew. Appreciate it.
Andrew: 01:09 Yeah,
so I guess first things first, I’m just going to like dive right in and then
maybe we can go over your background a little bit later. , just the top of the
thing that comes to my mind cause I was listening to your book acquires
multiple, which is a fantastic book by the way. For anybody, basically. We’ve
mentioned your book several times on our show, but I think to cliff notes summary.
It’s like I’m taking Joel Greenblatt’s ideas and adding an extra component to
it and having a ton of backtesting research and all whole lot more than I’m not
giving it full justice. But as I was listening to it, this huge thing that
comes up as a theme over and over again is this idea of mean reversion. And I
think it’s a fantastic way to kind of start a discussion about some of the
things when you talk about value investing then that’s something that I don’t
think is a term that gets presented to beginners a lot. So can you talk about
what mean or diversion is and kind of how that applies to the stock market?
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