Quicky on Computershare (CPU). Hoping for a revisit

The central processing unit or CPU is a fundamental component of any personal computer enabling the efficient processing of data between all other involved network components (certainly someone can correct me here). In a sense, so is CPU …

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Quicky on Fire Rock Hold. (1909 HK) – interesting year end ahead!

I recently (March 2020 😀 ) run a stock screener on high returns on equity or RoE (and some other metrics: net cash, P/E, yield it was, I believe) and ended up with a list of a few hundred company names. I quickly read through the first about one hundred names and noted ten stock tickers to take a further look. Frome these ten, I already knew four ticker symbols.

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I looked at the Banking Industry and I invested in this Asian company! (Silverlake)

This is part six and at the same time the last piece of my series on banks, for the time being. In this post I will do a quick recap of the series and take a look at my learnings.

More important for you: I analysed a company I had on my to-do-list for some time now …

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Is Tencent Music (TME) worth buying for its massive long-term growth potential?

[This post was published with password protection on Sept 22 but is now reposted without protection] Spotify is a very well known company in Western Europe and the US. Chances are that you use either Spotify’s services or any other service from Apple, Google, Amazon, etc! Spotify’s investing story rides on the huge secular growth trend of music streaming and podcasts, accelerated through covid-19, resulting in its one year stock price performance of +60%. Spotify’s profitability might be an issue, though. But there might be a more profitable alternative for investors …

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