Robert Mulcahy: Tiny Stocks, Lemonade $LMND, and Letting Winners Run

This week is all about the micro-cap space and we have Robert Mulcahy or the @tinystockninja on Twitter. We covered a variety of topics ranging from how Robert started his investing journey, identifying mistakes and how to correct them, how he manages his portfolio and allocates capital, his view, as former insurance professional, on the $LMND AI Twitter debacle, and last but not least his bull thesis on his latest high conviction micro-cap bet: Crexendo ($CXDO).

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Here’s this week’s timestamp:

  • [0:00] Who is Robert Mulcahy?
  • [4:00] Rob’s Investing Philosophy
  • [6:00] Selling to Early: $JYNT and $ROKU
  • [15:30] When to Update Your Estimated Fair Value
  • [19:00] Portfolio Management
  • [23:00] Artificial Intelligence in the Insurance Industry? $LMND
  • [30:00] What is $LMND’s Bull Case?
  • [35:00] Disrupting the Insurance Industry
  • [39:30] Crexendo ($CXDO)
  • [47:40] Rob’s Screening Process
  • [49:00] Crexendo’s Value
  • [53:00] Crexendo’s Bear Thesis
  • [1:00:00] The First 1 Trillion Market Cap.
  • [1:03:00] What’s on Rob’s Radar?
  • [1:08:00] More from Rob and Closing Questions

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Founder and head macro trader at Macro Ops. Alex joined the US Marine Corps on his 18th birthday just one month after the 9/11 terrorist attacks. He subsequently spent a decade in the military. Serving in various capacities from scout sniper to interrogator and counterintelligence specialist. Following his military service, he worked as a contract intelligence professional for a number of US agencies (from the DIA to FBI) with a focus on counterintelligence and terrorist financing. He also spent time consulting for a tech company that specialized in building analytic software for finance and intelligence analysis.

After leaving the field of intelligence he went to work at a global macro hedge fund. He’s been professionally involved in markets since 2005, has consulted with a number of the leading names in the hedge fund space, and now manages his own family office while running Macro Ops. He’s published over 300 white papers on complex financial and macroeconomic topics, writes regularly about investment/market trends, and frequently speaks at conferences on trading and investing.

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