Buffett’s basic mentality for stock investment, the most classic basic description, and many content fragments have been repeatedly quoted by the outside world.
Category: Management Team
The Power Law
What I want to talk about in this post is a just-published English book “The Power Law”.
Twitter acquisition is a modern version of ‘Barbarians at the Door’
Twitter acquisition is a modern-day version of ‘Barbarians at the Door’, First of all, if you haven’t read “Barbarians at the Gate”, which is regarded as the most classic Wall Street M&A and business war related books or movies in history, please find time to read it.
Gross margin is a great indicator to judge the management
The simplest indicator to judge the execution of the management: Gross Margin
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.
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.
The valuation influence of stock liquidity and stock split on listed companies
The valuation influence of stock liquidity and stock split on listed companies. For a long time, Warren Buffett’s Berkshire company stock has been poorly rated (I didn’t write it wrong, no one should be surprised). One of the main reasons is the poor liquidity in the market, that is, very few people trade the stock.
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.
Why most mergers and acquisitions end in failure?
Why most mergers and acquisitions end in failure? From a purely positive or optimistic perspective, companies must conduct mergers and acquisitions in order to achieve the following goals: