TIP319: Intrinsic Value Assessment of Charles Schwab w/ Arif Karim (Business Podcast)
1 hr

In this episode, you'll learn:

  • What is the intrinsic value of Charles Schwab
  • The importance of networking effects in wealth management 
  • Why the two most important metrics in wealth management is AUM growth and NIM
  • How to value a financial service company 
  • What the expectation is for inflation, and the impact for Charles Schwab 
  • Ask the Investors: When do you understand an asset well enough to invest in it? 

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Invest Like the Best
Patrick O'Shaughnessy
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