Qualcomm diversifies success, no nonger highly dependend on phone

Why discuss Qualcomm? Qualcomm (ticker: QCOM) has a key position in the global technology industry, especially in the development of mobile phones in the past three decades, and it still does. This is the first factor. Another reason to discuss this company is more important, because in the past 4-5 years, this company has quietly … Continue reading “Qualcomm diversifies success, no nonger highly dependend on phone”

Why is no one happy to see nVidia acquisition of ARM?

I mentioned the analysis of this company in section 3-3 of the book “The Rules of Super Growth Stocks Investing”. The investors are very smart and have made a fair evaluation of this company. Let’s first look at the stock price performance of nVidia (ticker: NVDA) over the past five years-1,566.94%. Current progress In July … Continue reading “Why is no one happy to see nVidia acquisition of ARM?”

Microsoft acquired PC-era game dominator Activision Blizzard

This is a big deal, both in the technology industry and in the capital market, investors should be well aware of it. The deal Microsoft (ticker: MSFT) announced that it will buy the PC-era game dominator Activevision Blizzard (ticker: ATVI) for $68.7 billion in cash, which represents a 45% premium over Activision Blizzard’s stock price … Continue reading “Microsoft acquired PC-era game dominator Activision Blizzard”

Why most mergers and acquisitions end in failure?

Why do companies want to merge? From a purely positive or optimistic perspective, companies must conduct mergers and acquisitions in order to achieve the following goals: Acquire technology and R&D team. Obtain marketing or sales network channels. But in fact, most corporate mergers and acquisitions are not the case. There are mainly the following common … Continue reading “Why most mergers and acquisitions end in failure?”

Why is Block (Square) acquiring Afterpay so much?

On August 1, 2021, Block (ticker: SQ) announced a 30% premium to acquire BNPL’s largest player Afterpay (Australian stock code APT, ticker: AFTPY) at a sky-high price of US$ 29 billion. On that day, Block’s stock price soared by more than 11% in response. This is a rare anomaly that is different from common sense; … Continue reading “Why is Block (Square) acquiring Afterpay so much?”

Significant changes in Broadcom’s business approach

A Singapore company failed to acquire Qualcomm In 2018, Broadcom (ticker: AVGO) originally wanted to acquire Qualcomm (ticker: QCOM), but was blocked by Trump because Broadcom was not a U.S. based company. Even if it later moved its headquarters from Singapore to the U.S., it still failed. The U.S. censorship broke the game. This incident … Continue reading “Significant changes in Broadcom’s business approach”

Why did Meta Platform (Facebook) become a copycat empire?

Facebook is under governance Everyone knows that Facebook is currently facing investigations by governments of various countries or has been filed for investigation, and has become the target of antitrust cases. Interested readers can refer to another article on my blog “Antitrust and governance faced by Chinese and American technology giants” Squeeze smaller rivals One … Continue reading “Why did Meta Platform (Facebook) become a copycat empire?”

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