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.

The commonalities of Buffett portfolio – cheap, fixed income, repurchase

The commonalities of Buffett portfolio – cheap, fixed income, repurchase

The commonalities of Buffett portfolio – cheap, fixed income, repurchase

Nike, a role model of growth stocks in non-tech industry

Since I have described in detail how to screen for super growth stocks in the book “The Rules of Super Growth Stocks Investing”, Chapter 5 of the book also mentioned that I own Nike (ticker: NKE) stock before, but I focus on the book Everyone is talking about technology stocks, and there are still many … Continue reading “Nike, a role model of growth stocks in non-tech industry”

Mr. Ge Ba talks about value and price again

Note: Following Mr. Ge Ba’s previous article “Ge Ba’s wonderful views on price and stop loss”, he put forward a wonderful palindrome view on my previous article “The Misunderstanding of Price and Value”. Yesterday, thanks to his willingness to sacrifice rest and spend a lot of time on holidays, based on recent volatility in growth … Continue reading “Mr. Ge Ba talks about value and price again”

How does Costco make money? Is it a great company?

How does Costco make money? Is it a good company?

How does Costco make money? Is it a good company?

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?”

Shopify, the only rival admitted by the founder of Amazon, how does it make money?

Shopify, the only rival admitted by the founder of Amazon, how does it make money?

Shopify, the only rival admitted by the founder of Amazon, how does it make money?

Sea, the parent company of Shopee, the most valuable company in Southeast Asia

Sea, the parent company of Shopee, the most valuable company in Southeast Asia

Sea, the parent company of Shopee, the most valuable company in Southeast Asia

Ge Ba’s wonderful views on the article “Misunderstanding of price and value”

Many people confuse “value” and “price”. In fact, if you think about it carefully, there are many of our own practices that also help you “confuse” the two. Let me cite three examples below. “Stock price” is used to serve us, not to guide us Example 1. https://youtu.be/Gm1FqNO4taM?t=769 Buffett said that “stock price” is used … Continue reading “Ge Ba’s wonderful views on the article “Misunderstanding of price and value””

Amazon vs. Alibaba

The businesses of Amazon and Alibaba are almost the same in all aspects, so the two are highly comparable. Just as Amazon’s stock price is not very good this year, and Alibaba has collapsed by more than 40% now, let us compare the two e-commerce giants in China and the United States. Alibaba is a … Continue reading “Amazon vs. Alibaba”

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