CMQ Investing Presents: Compound Money Quietly

CMQ Investing Presents: Compound Money Quietly

The investing podcast that helps you learn and apply the wisdom of legendary investors like Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger. Tune-out the noise when you tune-in with us!



The Painful Lessons Warren Buffett Learned Buying Cigar Butt Companies (Bargain Purchase Folly)

Learn the most painful lessons Warren Buffett learned after buying cigar butt (or cheap) companies. If you like this episode, please share and subscribe. Thank you!

Warren Buffett Reveals How to Identify the Best Businesses (The Inevitables)

Learn about a small portion of Warren Buffett's 1996 letter to shareholders and the invaluable lessons it reveals about how to idetify the best businesses. Please share and subscribe! 

3 Time-Tested Concepts That Help You Make More Rational Investment Decisions

Learn 3 time-tested concepts that all investors who aim to be rational can use to their advantage. This epsiode features highlights from a Financial Time article (2007) written by Arne Alsin, CIO and portfolio manager of Worm Capital.

How Compounding Costs Keep You From Building Long-Term Wealth (Featuring Jack Bogle)

Jack Bogle teaches us why costs can make the difference between investment success and investment failure. If you apply Bogle's time-tested wisdom, your future self will likely be wealthier as a result. Please follow, share, and listen to more episodes.

How You Can Win as an Investor by Playing Like a Loser

Learn key takeaways and actionable insights from "The Loser's Game" by Charles D. Ellis. Ellis' classic article was published in 1975 and won the Graham & Dodd award in 1977. The wisdom is timeless and usable. Hope you enjoy!

Bear Market 2022: A Blessing for Millennial & Gen Z Investors?

Despite the short-term pain they cause, bear markets offer an opportunity for Gen Z and Millenial investors. This episode also covers their history, typical duration, and much more. Please follow CMQ Investing and share this episode with a friend. It helps us grow. Thank you!