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Investing by the Books: #13 Chris Mayer: 100-Baggers

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Eddie Palmgren

Niklas Sävås

2022-01-11

12:00

Chris Mayer is an expert on stocks that return 100 times or more. In a thoughtful conversation with many company examples, we talk about how to identify 100-baggers and their common characteristics. Chris also shares his portfolio strategy and the mindset needed to reach superior investment results.

 

Episode Notes

Articles & Books Mentioned

  • 100-Baggers – Chris Mayer
  • Humble on Wall Street – Martin T. Sosnoff (1975)
  • Silent Investor, Silent Loser – Martin T. Sosnoff (1987)
  • Coffee Can Approach – Robert G. Kirby (1984)
  • How Do You Know – Chris Mayer (2018)

Companies Mentioned (in order of its first appearance)

  • Monster Beverage
  • McDonald’s
  • Starbucks
  • Brown & Brown
  • Domino’s Pizza
  • Copart
  • Insurance Auto Auctions
  • ODFL
  • Berkshire Hathaway
  • Lifco
  • Addtech
  • Lagercrantz
  • Bergman & Beving
  • Danaher
  • Constellation Software
  • Nibe
  • Assa Abloy
  • Franklin Resources
  • Wix.com
  • Xerox
  • Kodak
  • Nokia
  • Valeant

More on Chris Mayer

Books: https://www.amazon.com/Christopher-W-Mayer/e/B001IGOH5E?ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_2&qid=1641899969&sr=1-2

Twitter: https://twitter.com/chriswmayer 

Blog: https://www.woodlockhousefamilycapital.com/blog


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Welcome to Investing by the Books podcast!

Through life and investing, we believe books are an excellent source to better understand oneself, other investors, and the world. Our podcast could be valuable if you:

  • Want to improve as an investor and person
  • Want inspiration for what to read next
  • Struggle to read as much as you want
  • Want more insights from the authors

In the podcast, our ambition is to educate sophisticated and aspiring investors. We want to convey timeless knowledge through deep conversations with authors and other guests.

For us, investing is a multidisciplinary art and craft. The content includes Behavioral Finance, Business, Economics, Equity Investing, Finance, and Surrounding Knowledge.

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About the podcast

Welcome to Investing by the Books podcast!

Through life and investing, we believe books are an excellent source to better understand oneself, other investors, and the world. Our podcast could be valuable if you:

  • Want to improve as an investor and person
  • Want inspiration for what to read next
  • Struggle to read as much as you want
  • Want more insights from the authors

In the podcast, our ambition is to educate sophisticated and aspiring investors. We want to convey timeless knowledge through deep conversations with authors and other guests.

For us, investing is a multidisciplinary art and craft. The content includes Behavioral Finance, Business, Economics, Equity Investing, Finance, and Surrounding Knowledge.

To improve the podcast, we really appreciate your feedback, so please rate and review us! Do you have questions for our guests, book suggestions, or feedback? Follow us and get in touch at:

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