Insider trading and regulations on U.S. stocks

The golden words from the masters Regarding insider trading, Buffett had two famous sayings as below: “With enough insider information and a million dollars, you can go broke in a year.”  “If Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan were to whisper to me what his monetary policy was going to be over the next two years, it wouldn’t change one thing I do.” In 2011, when Berkshire Hathaway … Continue reading “Insider trading and regulations on U.S. stocks”

Why can US brokerages have zero fees?

PFOF (Payment for order flow) Order flow payment (Payment for order flow: PFOF) involves retail brokerage brokers, such as Robin Hood (ticker: HOOD) and TD Ameritrade (has been acquired by Charles Schwab, ticker: SCHW) to sell their customers’ market orders to third parties (represented by Citadel Securities and Virtu Financial), the third party executes these … Continue reading “Why can US brokerages have zero fees?”

PC-era game dominator Activision Blizzard acquired by Microsoft acquired

Microsoft acquired PC-era game dominator Activision Blizzard

Microsoft acquired PC-era game dominator Activision Blizzard

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”

Resources for US stock investors

I listed some of the more important Internet resources that investors in US stocks will use in sections 4-5 of the book “The Rules of Super Growth Stocks Investing”. Today, I spent some time reorganizing the resources that investors in the US stocks would use, and categorizing them for everyone. Some of the more important … Continue reading “Resources for US stock investors”

The biggest risk to hold Chinese stocks, taking Alibaba and Tencent as examples

The biggest risk to hold Chinese stocks, taking Alibaba and Tencent as examples

The biggest risk to hold Chinese stocks, taking Alibaba and Tencent as examples

Rule 40

Differences between Taiwan and U.S. listed companies Investors are most concerned about the growth of the company and how much money it can make. In particular, the profitability conditions for companies listed on the US stock market are relatively loose, unlike Taiwan or China, which highlights corporate profitability as a necessary condition for listing. Just … Continue reading “Rule 40”

Artificial intelligence investment trap

Yitu’s failure in IPO After preparing for the listing for 8 months, one of the four major artificial intelligence (AI) unicorns in mainland China (the four AI dragons in mainland China includes Megvii Technology, CloudWalk, SenseTime, and Yitu) Yitu Technology voluntarily applied to withdraw from the SSE STAR market and officially announced the termination of … Continue reading “Artificial intelligence investment trap”

Why a company go public?

The advantages and reasons to list a company The main reasons for companies to go public are as follows: Early-stage investors need liquidity of funds: Early-stage investors such as venture capital and private equity hope to get back many years of remuneration and exit, and then invest their funds in more efficient places. Make corporate … Continue reading “Why a company go public?”

The disadvantages of retail investors

In the previous blog article “The advantages of retail investors“, after receiving a lot of feedback from readers, this article is going to fulfill my previous promise–compared with institutional investors, discussing the disadvantages of retail investors investing in the stock market? Where retail investors can’t compete The following items are what I personally think are … Continue reading “The disadvantages of retail investors”

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