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Australian Investors Podcast

Market crash 2022? How to never waste a good crisis

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What was answered:
  • How often do markets crash?
  • About once a year, on average, you might expect it to fall/correct 10% (depending on the market)
  • Only 20% of market corrections (i.e. 10% falls) turn into bear markets (see Tony Robbins, Unshakeable)
  • Which stocks are best to buy cheap?
  • High quality growing stocks (or whatever fits your investment checklist)

Owen's quick & easy market crash checklist (to get you started)Owen looks for these 5 things when the market falls:
  1. Net cash position
  2. DBNR (see explainer below)
  3. Aligned management
  4. Controllable costs (i.e. strong margins)
  5. Strong growth prospects over 5-10 years

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Date recorded: 22nd December 2021

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