Investing by the Books: #17 Björn Fahlén: Quality First Investing

Investing By The Books



Björn Fahlén is the refounder, principal shareholder, Chief Investment Officer, and CEO of Redeye. Our conversation focuses on his book "Quality First Investing: A checklist approach to finding and sitting tight in multibaggers". We talk about his investor journey, company quality, portfolio management, behavior, and much more.



Eddie Palmgren

Niklas Sävås

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Books Mentioned

  • Quality First Investing – Björn Fahlén
  • 100 to 1 in the Stock Market – Thomas Phelps
  • 100-Baggers – Chris Mayer
  • How to Profit from Special Situations in the Stock Market – Maurece Schiller

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Investing by the Books was founded by Henrik Andersson, Bo Börtemark, Mats Larsson and Michael Persson. It has published hundreds of book reviews in the past 10 years and operates on a non-profit basis.

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What is Redeye?

Redeye is a research-centered boutique investment bank from Stockholm. Founded in 1999, Redeye cultivates investors through timeless knowledge, a humble attitude, and a strong focus on quality. Learn more about Redeye


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