ROE, the most important management indicator

The Return On Equity (ROE) algorithm is “net profit after tax/shareholder equity × 100%”, which is one of the few financial figures that can be used to measure the operational performance of a company’s leadership team. It represents the efficiency of the company’s profit for shareholders, and it can also be said to measure the company’s overall capital utilization efficiency. Therefore, the higher the value, the better.

The Return On Equity (ROE) algorithm is “net profit after tax/shareholder equity × 100%”, which is one of the few financial figures that can be used to measure the operational performance of a company’s leadership team. It represents the efficiency of the company’s profit for shareholders, and it can also be said to measure the company’s overall capital utilization efficiency. Therefore, the higher the value, the better.

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?”

Outsiders

I recently re-read several investment books and found that one of them is worth recommending to everyone. After reading it these few days, I thought it was great, so I hurried to find out the record of my previous reading, and found that I had read this book before, but I didn’t care about it … Continue reading “Outsiders”

Intel’s current difficult dilemma

At my book launch workshop get together a few days ago, lot of people concerned about the prospects of Intel (ticker: INTC). This is the second post of my opinions on Intel. Please go back and read the first post I wrote a few days ago. Article “How does Intel make money? and the benefits … Continue reading “Intel’s current difficult dilemma”

Indians do well in the US, India’s weak and uncompetitive industries

Indians do well in the US, but Indian industries are uncompetitive

Indians do well in the US, but Indian industries are uncompetitive

Beyond your imagination of Israel’s strong venture capital and tech strength

Israeli startups and venture capital industry The number of Israeli unicorns has soared in the past few years, from one in 2013 to 18 in 2019, and then to 65 in May 2021. In 2019, the number of new creative independent beasts with a valuation of more than 1 billion U.S. dollars has almost doubled … Continue reading “Beyond your imagination of Israel’s strong venture capital and tech strength”

Introduction Jack Dorsey

You had better know him If you don’t know who he is, I suggest you read down quickly to get to know this person. He is one of the most underrated and influential entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley. Figure 1: Jack. Dorsey attending the U.S. Congressional hearing in 2018 (photo taken from Wiki) His quick bio … Continue reading “Introduction Jack Dorsey”

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