how can we find a highly growing company like Shopify early?
Stock split is a long-term stock bullish signal with brilent outlook
Stock split is a long-term stock bullish signal with brilent outlook, My previous articles in 5-5 of the book “The Rules of Super Growth Stocks Investing” and my blog post of “Why stock split? the strong reasons and impacts” and “The valuation influence of stock liquidity and stock split on listed companies”,
Deep Dive The Trade Desk
Introduction Company profile The Trade Desk (ticker: TTD), an independent digital advertising agency, was established in 2009. The reason why it can establish a leading position in the industry is mainly because the founder and CEO Jeff Green has 20 years of experience in the advertising technology industry. years of experience. He and co-founder David … Continue reading “Deep Dive The Trade Desk”
The pros and cons of CEO returning, Boomerang CEO
Between 1992 and 2017, 167 CEO return in the S&P Composite 1500 returned to their posts.
Deep dive on Snowflake’s competitiveness
A few days ago, I had a post on Snowflake “What company is Snowflake owned by Buffett? Where is its value?”.
After reading Dear Shareholder, I was reminded of “Outsiders” which I introduced on this blog.
Pros and cons on small-cap investment
“Roughly speaking,” small-cap strengths are almost as bad as they are.
Commercial-oriented firms perform better in recessions
U.S. stocks have rebounded a lot from the bottom of the bear market in June. Many investors believe that the worst time has passed; but the reality is not so optimistic. But there is another important point in this article — commercial-oriented companies are more resilient to recessions.
Why Shopify is so killing?
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UnitedHealthcare, the world’s largest health insurer, role model of Dow Jones
UnitedHealthcare, the world’s largest health insurer, role model of Dow Jones, UnitedHealth (ticker: UNH) was founded in 1974 as Charter Med Incorporated, headquartered in Minnesota, and reorganized a few years later as United HealthCare Corporation, which eventually formed its current structure and name.