Tim and Nathaniel were invited by Tera Johnson of Tera’s Whey to her podcast Edible-Alpha™*. We’d like to thank Tera for the opportunity to speak with her about our take on numerous subjects including business models, company valuations, and what we look for, in general, when we research companies in our pursuit of potential investment opportunities. For those of you who want a more thorough understanding of Nathaniel’s “Beautiful Mind” than what you get from his quarterly commentary, we highly recommend that you check out this podcast (with a shout out to Tera’s assistant Zac for putting the podcast together and editing out Nathaniel’s long pauses as Nathaniel gathered his thoughts). It clocks in at a little over an hour, but it’s well worth a listen.
We hope you enjoy it, and as always, please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or comments!
*Edible-Alpha™ is a part of the Food Finance Institute which is in turn a part of University of Wisconsin-Extension Division of Business and Entrepreneurship.
In the event the above doesn't work, please use this link to listen to the podcast.
Recently we came across an article, by the wonderful author Andrea Fuller of the Wall Street Journal (WSJ), titled “What’s My Investing Fee? A Frustrating Quest”. After reading it, we were compelled to write a response to Ms. Fuller. Our intention – to provide proof not all investing fees are so nontransparent.
Before you move forward we kindly ask our readers to do a bit of work. If you could please read the article below and then read our response, we would greatly appreciate it. We hope you enjoy it as much as we did putting it together.
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