Why did Sea’s share price drop 70% in three months?

Growth stocks tumbled across the board Since late October of last year, all growth stocks have started to fall, and almost all of the famous growth stocks have lost at least 50% to 90%. Of course, Sea Ltd. couldn’t stay out of it. Sea Ltd. was the one who suffered the most damage. At the … Continue reading “Why did Sea’s share price drop 70% in three months?”

Microsoft, the real overlord of cloud computing

Why cloud computing is so important? In my book “The Rules for Growth Investing” 2-2, 2-4, 3-3, 5-1, Cloud computing is discussed in several places, because it is so important! The main reasons are as follows: Cloud computing is the operating system of today and future: just like Windows, Linux, OS X, Unix in the … Continue reading “Microsoft, the real overlord of cloud computing”

What is Web3? What are the related companies?

What is Web3? Web 1.0 only provides user information in one direction, kind of Geocities. your basic message boards, things like that that you did in the early internet. During this period, static pages are more common, which are basically websites that cannot be truly interactive and do not need to be updated regularly. Web … Continue reading “What is Web3? What are the related companies?”

Why did Western hypermarket retailers retreat in China and Taiwan?

After I published my first Costco post, a Singaporean investor asked this question on my English version of the post. I would like to thank my friend David in advance. I notice this problem and I think he is a very hard-working investor. I was going to publish in a while, and I have already … Continue reading “Why did Western hypermarket retailers retreat in China and Taiwan?”

Latin America’s e-commerce dominant MercadoLibre

I spent a lot of time talking about e-commerce companies in this blog. Some companies have also used many articles to discuss in deep dive. We have already talked about Amazon (ticker: AMZN), Alibaba (ticker: BABA), and Sea Ltd (ticker: SE), and Shopify (ticker: SHOP). Today I’m going to talk about the last e-commerce company … Continue reading “Latin America’s e-commerce dominant MercadoLibre”

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

I have spent a lot of time talking about this company in the 3-6 section and the 4-3 section of my book “The Rules of Super Growth Stocks Investing”. Talked about how it rise, and how to get the favor from Wall Street investors. What has been mentioned in the book will not be repeated … Continue reading “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

A company worth studying In Chapter 3, Sections 3-6 of my book “The Rules of Super Growth Stocks Investing”, taking Shopee from Sea Ltd (ticker: SE) as an example to illustrate how I decide a startup worth investing in. And in Chapter 5, Section 5-1, take it as an example to illustrate the valuation of … Continue reading “Sea, the parent company of Shopee, the most valuable company in Southeast Asia”

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”

Tencent vs. Alibaba, deep dive on significant differences in operation

I have written several in-depth articles about Alibaba and Tencent, two of the largest and representative technology giants in contemporary China, on my blog, and they have received enthusiastic responses from many friends. This article is going to explore a deeper level and the reasons behind the major differences in the operations of the two … Continue reading “Tencent vs. Alibaba, deep dive on significant differences in operation”

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). This is the second post of my opinions on Intel. Please go back and read the first post I wrote a few days ago. Article “How does Intel make money? and the benefits … Continue reading “Intel’s current difficult dilemma”

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