Richer, Wiser, Happier

Richer, Wiser, Happier. You may have read a lot of reviews of this book “Richer, Wiser, Happier”, but I’m going to talk about this book in a different way and from a different perspective.

The rebirth and fall of 4 major technology stocks in 10 years

In this post, we’ll discuss the rebirth and fall of 4 technology stocks in 10 years.

How does JPMorgan Chase make money?

JPMorgan Chase is named after the founder of one of the companies in the group, which has long been inseparable from the banking industry. The merger of its businesses involved many of its major competitors in the past.

Wells Fargo, a major holding once praised by Buffett and Munger

Wells Fargo, a major holding once praised by Buffett and Munger, Company profile, Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE: BRK.A and BRK.B) started buying Wells Fargo stock in 1990, a story worth mentioning.

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.

Institutional imperative – the good, bad, and ugly

Institutional imperative. In many articles, I have mentioned the so-called Institutional Imperative proposed by Buffett (also translated as institutional compulsion by many people in Taiwan). This article will talk about this, which can be used to explain common problems in many enterprises. And the root cause of the unreasonable phenomenon.

Intel’s current difficult dilemma

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).

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