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”

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.

The importance of the China market: more than 10% of listed US companies, 14.98% of Taiwanese companies income come from China

Taiwan’s negative bias, ignore China‘s significant progress Taiwan’s media reports on China have always adopted a negative stand or starting point; often the same thing is clearly an achievement of China, and the title (sometimes even the content) is also described as negative. This is actually a pity, because we understand Chinese and know China … Continue reading “The importance of the China market: more than 10% of listed US companies, 14.98% of Taiwanese companies income come from China”

Discover the possibility of super growth stocks in the consumer industry

Most people’s circle of competence is not in technology Since the chapter 3 of my book “The Rules of Super Growth Stocks Investing” discussed in detail how I discover super growth stocks in the technology industry, I also advocate that investors should guard their own ability to select stocks. But here comes the problem. Most … Continue reading “Discover the possibility of super growth stocks in the consumer industry”

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