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Value Investor Program (online)

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This online course includes the full Rask Value Investor Program material and curriculum. The Value Investor Workshop is designed for:

  • Finance students – who want to ace an interview and ‘talk the talk’ (but also see how research is approached in the real world)
  • Private investors – this program will round out the experience that comes with years of part-time investing
  • Finance professionals – professional analysts and portfolio managers have taken this course to improve their skills and knowledge (your boss might even pay for it!)
  • Career changers – this program assumes some knowledge but not much, offering a great insight for those transitioning to a finance or investment role
  • Business owners, executives and managers – good businesses attract good investors and good business people know what makes a good investment opportunity. Therefore, the benefits from this program will be two-fold for business owners and managers

The concepts discussed in this program are of an ‘advanced’ level. However, most of the lessons and topics will be manageable and understandable for people who have been investing in some form for, say, 12 months or more.

The technical difficulty of the program increases as you go, meaning the first lessons are very approachable and are arguably the most valuable.

Towards the end of the program, students finish with a walk-through of the valuation process, modelling techniques and real-world approaches to what we’re taught in academia.

A basic level of accounting or financial statements is assumed. For example, if you understand the basic flow from top to bottom of an income statement (e.g. revenue minus costs equals gross profit) and/or you know the basic differences between the cash flow statement and income statement (i.e. one is cash, the other uses accrual accounting) — that will be enough to get by in this program.

While that may seem like a low (or high!) hurdle for some, almost everyone can benefit from this program because we cover so much that’s not necessarily about financial statements and math. Here are the high-level topics covered in the program:

  • Investment philosophy
  • Psychology & essential mental models for long-term investing
  • Building your own investment process from the ground up
  • Assessing a business’ competitive advantage & moat
  • Management incentives, bias & culture (and how to test it)
  • Common accounting traps & hidden opportunities in financial statements
  • Valuation & modeling, and
  • Portfolio management

Course length: Go at your own pace, you have 9 months of access!


Is the program online? 

Yes. You can enrol, begin and finish the program right now.

How long does it take to complete the course?

It depends on your time, experience and energy but there is 10-12 hours of videos, spreadsheets and examples to work through, plus quizzes. Some people have completed it in just 3 days, others commit an hour each week for 2-3 months.

Can I download the materials?

Yes. All of the spreadsheets and slides are downloadable and can be used in Microsoft or Google Sheets/Drive format.

Are there any exams or tests?

There are no exams, “must-pass” tests, or trick questions. We have added short self-paced questions throughout the program but these are designed purely for you to test your own understanding. There are no pass or fail marks.


Cut through the noise and understand what will make a business attractive to purchase and how much you should pay. Understand yourself, the likely traps and pitfalls when thinking about buying businesses, as well as how to go about researching companies. You can do all of this alongside a casual and informative Owen who will walk you through everything in this course. Owen will give you the toolkit and the manual to go about finding and investing in businesses. I would recommend this course to anyone from beginner to intermediate investment knowledge who would like to start or refine their investment process. By the end of this course you will have the confidence and knowledge to find, analyse, and value companies, as well as learn some other investing gems along the way. ~Brook Lewis



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