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[*] posted on 23-12-2016 at 18:39
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I am watching Vale.
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[*] posted on 27-1-2017 at 13:35


Johnson and Johnson decided to buy the largest European biotechnology company, the Swiss Actelion for 30 billion dollars. That is, each one share they want to buy from the shareholders for 280 dollars or 273 euro or 280 francs. Though it the shares of Actelion 26.1.2017 jumped +20%. If the purchase of the company will be really allowed, the shares of Actelion will be expensive like a pig, P/E 34, P/B 21, P/S 14. Actelion produces mainly the medicine against high blood pressure.
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[*] posted on 27-1-2017 at 13:54


Tesco has announced to buy for 3.7 billion pounds the Booker Group, the largest operator of cash and carry stores in Britain. Shareholders will be happier for the news that the retail chain wants to pay again 2017 the dividend. The shares of Tesco jumped +10% in the morning of 27.1.2017. Booker Group is the largest operator of the cash and carry stores in Britain. His customers are restaurants, shops, bars, together 700 000 shops and establishments. The supermarket giant Tesco expects from the connection with Booker that he will be the leading player in the business with food in the UK.
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[*] posted on 10-2-2017 at 04:26


The most expensive electric power stations in the world, with market capitalization
1) Duke Energy - USA, costs 53 billion USD in April 2016 :( http://finance.yahoo.com/quote/DUK/key-statistics?p=DUK
2) NextEra Energy - USA :( http://finance.yahoo.com/quote/NEE/key-statistics?p=NEE
3) National Grid - Great Britain
4) Southern Co. - USA
5) ENEL - Italy
6) Iberdrola Spain
7) Dominion Resources - USA
8) China Yangtze Power - China
9) GDF Suez - France
10) Korea Electric Power - Korea
11) Exelon - USA
12) American Electric - USA,
13) PG&E - USA, costs 28 billion USD in April 2016
It happens because the two American companies on the first places have overvalued stocks. And the German E.ON has so undervalued shares that with his market capitalization of 12 billion USD it didn't reach the position 20.

The world's largest electric power station with revenues 2015 or employees today
1) E.ON - Germany, 2015 revenue 129 billion USD
2) EDF - France
3) GDF Suez - France
4) ENEL - Italy
5) Tokyo Electric Power - Japan
6) Korea Electric Power - Korea
7) RWE Group - Germany
8) SSE - Great Britain
9) Iberdrola - Spain
10) Exelon - USA
11) Kansai Electric - Japan
12) Chubu Electric Power - Japan
13) National Grid - Great Britain, 2015 revenue 24 billion USD
The most expensive energy company of the world, Duke Energy had in 2015 less revenue than 24 billion USD, just 14.6 billion. It made a 5x less annual revenue than the German E.ON (129 billion USD), which is not with the stock-market value at the 20. place in the world.

The overpriced shares of Duke Energy today, from which arises the 1. place in the world in stock market capitalization: P/E 22, P/B 1.3, P/S 2.3.

The overpriced shares of NextEra Energy today, from which arises the 2. place in the world in stock market capitalization: P/E 23, P/B 2.4, P/S 3.5.

The undervaluation of the E.ON shares today, from which arises the worse place than 20. in stock market capitalization: P/E N.A. (negative), P/B 0.86, P/S 0.12.

The shares of Iberdrola have today favorable valuation: P/E 14, P/B 1.1, P/S 1.2.

Today's valuation of shares of the 3. most expensive power plant in the world - National Grid - United Kingdom: P/E 14, P/B 2.8, P/S 2.4.

The largest energy company is not this one with the highest market capitalization. The largest power plant in the world is this one with the highest annual revenue, or with the largest number of employees. E.ON has 56.490 employees. Duke Energy has 29.188 employees. Iberdrola 28.836 employees. National Grid 24.274 employees.

Only one of these power stations I own. One with the favorable valuation. And I wanna hold these stocks forever only for dividends.
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[*] posted on 1-3-2017 at 10:32


Snap Inc. (SNAP) - the picture service Snapchat goes on the stock exchange NYSE - IPO on Thursday 2. March 2017

The shares of Snap are extremely expensive, 27x overpriced with P/S 54 and P/E N.A. (negative). Investment banks want to earn so much money as possible, they take for the help with IPO a few percent from the capital raised from the stock exchange and so the banks (Goldman Sachs, Deutsche Bank, JP Morgan Chase and Morgan Stanley) lie, that the company Snap Inc. has a stock market value of 22 billion USD, when the stock price will be 16 USD. The revenue of Snap 2016 reached 405 million USD and the net profit was a loss of 515 million USD. It results in P/S 54 and P/E N.A. On the stock exchange will be sold only a part of the shares, shares for 3 billion USD, most of the shares hold the earlier owners, but we count the market capitalization of Snap Inc. 22 billion USD, the sold and held shares together.
Only amateurs would buy these overpriced shares. In order to achieve the correct valuation of shares and P/S 2, the revenue should quickly grow from 405 million USD to 11 billion USD a year.
When Warren Buffett bought 1988-1989 shares of Coca Cola, also he took into account the profit and sales growth in future years, but he bought shares of Coca Cola with the P/S 1.8 and P/E 14.5. Many amateurs would say that technology stocks can be attractive with higher P/S and P/E than the attractively valued non-technological. shares. But why to buy so expensive stocks, when we find today also technology stocks with P/S 2.0 and P/E 11.
If people would not be cheated from the banks and from the analysts, the right price of shares Snap would be 0.59 USD. The correct price of the company Snap Inc. would be 814 million USD. And the ratio price/revenue = P/S 2.0.
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[*] posted on 25-3-2017 at 10:29


The silly shares of the president Donald Trump
Therefore, only the 14 largest stock positions.
If is it a dividend stock, each one gives him more than 100.000 dollars of dividends per year:
Alphabet, Apple, Caterpillar, Celgene, General Electric, Gilead Sciences, J.P. Morgan Chase, Johnson & Johnson, McKesson, Microsoft, Nike, PepsiCo, Phillips 66, Visa.
Only the Johnson & Johnson stock from the list of Trumps stocks I would buy too, if the stock would be cheaper with P/E, P/B and P/S.
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