Mark Zuckerberg is possibly the most hated entrepreneur on this planet (After Bezos). Thanks for the privacy violation (debatable). But, not this kind of perception that kills Facebook. Once again, we bring you another “business model” episode. This time through Facebook Stock Analysis.
2021 is about recovery. Not only for the stock market but also for mankind. It is when vaccines get global and humans fight coronavirus back. For years, this is the best and maybe the happiest year for us. To see how people survive against the worst. But we won’t discuss it. November 2021 investing insight is a collection of our brainstorming with regard to market and investing. We make it into one article since it is too short to launch in one long post, but it is too precious to hide.
Google is a search engine and the search engine is Google. That is the unbreakable spell of customer recognition that help Google retain its user. But, what if, the customer recognizes Google is about search engines only? Surely this will resist the expansion of growth stock – Google in this case.
Tech stocks are dominating the market for more than a decade. This group – Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Microsoft, Google – share the same characteristics. They dethroned the incumbent, they defined a new business model, They reshaped the industry. In this article, Disruptive Stock Analysis of Tesla, we try to recognize whether the EV maker could reach the same level as the disruptor group.
In 2016, Warren Buffett via Berkshire Hathaway bought Precision Castpart – a company that has soared 20 times in the last 13 years. Its revenue grew four times only in the same period. The Oracle of Omaha believes that due to its economic advantage, Precision Castpart deserves that valuation. Here we try to fix the misconception about value investing. Spoiler alert, value investing doesn’t necessarily invest in cheap companies (low P/E, low PBV). Investing in a growth stock is part of value investing