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Monthly Archives: September 2010
You can see above an image of a Du Pont model I took from Google Images. This is one of the most important ways to assess a company’s performance and find out why changes have occurred with a business’ fundamentals. … Continue reading
I am writing this to have a written record of my current valuation methods and to instruct those who are perhaps looking for a fresh viewpoint. I started reading about investing two years ago this month. In my search for … Continue reading
It may seem strange that I skipped Issue 3, but I am not a huge fan of energy companies and skipped over their valuations for now. I plan on getting back to it later, but I saw more interesting industries … Continue reading
I am not writing this as an over-arching discussion of every possible way to look at working capital; there are many ways to view it in a business and I want to only have a simple discussion about its affect … Continue reading
Issue 2 had some interesting industries and I particularly like reading about restaurants, railroads, and maritime shipping. As should be expected, all the airlines are terrible and the waste management companies are not particularly profitable. I cannot point at any … Continue reading