Christopher Seifel: $CRWD, CANSLIM and High Growth Stocks


Christopher Seifel is an equity research analyst and runs the newsletter Seifel Capital (link here). Chris is one of the sharpest investors/analysts on Twitter, and it shows. He’s quickly grown his Twitter following to over 13K.

Chris focuses on high growth companies, portfolio construction and general market commentary. His newsletter articles feature deep dives on new and interesting companies while distilling the thesis down into the 1-3 most important drivers. It’s a tremendous skill and something I’m constantly working on.

We spend over an hour discussing Crowdstrike $CRWD (Chris’ largest holding), Unity Technology $U (disc: I am a shareholder), the CANSLIM method and how to do deep work analysis on an investment. This is one of those episodes you’ll have to hear twice.


  • [0:00] Who is Chris Seifel?
  • [3:00] Life’s Inflection Points
  • [6:40]  Growth Investing
  • [10:30] Technicals and Value Investing
  • [14:00] Risk and Portfolio Management
  • [22:00] The Five Rules
  • [36:00] Deep Diving into a Stock
  • [40:00] Generalist vs Specialist
  • [43:00] Crowdstrike ($CRWD)
  • [58:40] BAIT Framework
  • [1:04:00] Crowdstrike’s Risks
  • [1:12:00] DCF: What discount rate to use?
  • [1:14:00]  Chris’ Newsletter
  • [1:31:00] Closing Questions

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As always, big thanks to Chris for coming on the show! I already know we’ll have him back on in the future. And thanks again to you, the listener for taking the time out of your day to learn alongside us. We can’t thank you enough. If you like what we’re doing, please leave a rating and review on Apple Podcasts. It helps get the word out about what we’re doing here.

***Disclaimer: Nothing you hear on this podcast is in any way, shape or form to be construed as investment advice. The guest on this podcast may hold positions in any/all names mentioned during the podcast. This is not investment advice and investors should always conduct personal due diligence before investing in any security. Past performance of any funds mentioned are not indicative of future returns.**

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