Employee stock options as compensation, which is beneficial to employees, but damages the rights and interests of investors.
Derivatives are time bombs, several well-known cases
Buffett spent a long time explaining to investors in his 2002 shareholder letter: Why does he think derivative financial products are time bombs?
How Buffett Structures His Long-Term Investment Portfolio
In his 1996 shareholder letter, Buffett explained in great detail how he structured his long-term investment portfolio. Many of the contents of this letter have been quoted repeatedly so far, and it can be regarded as a very important shareholder letter.
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.
Stock Better than the S&P 500, Procter & Gamble (P&G)
Stocks Better than the S&P 500, Procter & Gamble (P&G) What I want to introduce today is a well-known company Procter & Gamble (ticker: PG) that I mentioned in the last section 5-6 of my book “The Rules of Super Growth Stocks Investing”.
Why Shopify is so killing?
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Pros and cons of investing in Coca-Cola
Pros and cons of investing in Coca-Cola, Coca-Cola (ticker: KO) was founded in 1892 and listed on the US stock market in 1919. The sugar-sweetened beverages it produces have become well-known sodas in the world. Unlike smaller rival PepsiCo (ticker: PEP),
Costco moats, and the Differences from Other Competitors
This post will discuss Costco moat and the differences between Costco and other retail competitors. Please read the first the article I wrote a few days ago about Costco, “How does Costco make money?”.
Dividend-rich industries and 6 big differences from Taiwan
US stocks’ dividend-rich industries and difference from Taiwan
Alphabet’s urgent crisis
Alphabet’s urgent crisis. A few days ago, I wrote a blog article about the strong competitiveness of Alphabet “Consider Alphabet if you can buy one stock only to retire from it?