Why NVIDIA is a compelling stock

Playing in the Tech Champions League There are quite a few tech behemots that are in a unique league of their own due to their dominant positions and ability to not only outgrow their competitors but also strengthening their already extremely strong ecosystems at a breathtaking pace on the back …

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Stop focusing just on investment performance

A combination of various factors are incredients for success Returns on investments (e.g. in company stocks or Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs)) matter a lot in the context of the wealth accumulation process of individuals. So, of course its highly reasonable to put an eye on the portfolio performance on an …

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Swatch Group getting crushed by Apple

The disrupting forces an industry is facing Early in 2020, I read an article, reporting that Apple sells more watches than the entire Swiss watch industry. What was particularily interesting was to see the incredible growth of just one of Apple’s products in a segment, neither investors nor competitors seemed to pay …

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Best shareholder perks of European businesses

Many benefits of owning company stocks Here at SavyFox, we cover all topics around investing, and of course we are huge fans of acquiring pieces of wonderful businesses for the long term. Taking a stake in great companies is a great way to generate an ever increasing passive income stream …

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GLENCORE is the ultimate inflation Hedge

The global recovery from the COVID-19 – much faster and stronger than expected In spring 2020, amid global lockdowns due to the pandemic, the world was litterallly awashed in commodities such as oil, coal, natural gas. The world economy and our societies were litterally brought to a standstill at that …

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Shell’s capital allocation program is risky

UK-Netherland energy giant Royal Dutch Shell has for decades been a fantastic investment for long term oriented dividend investors. The company has delivered returns of over 14 % annualized since 1911 and from World War II to 2020, Royal Dutch Shell has never cut its dividend. For decades, the average …

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Dividend growth investing as income booster

This is a guest post. The author runs the blog My Financial Shape, documenting his family’s journey to Financial Independence by 2024 by establishing various passive income sources such as dividend-paying stocks, etc. My pursuit to achieve Financial Independence as a Dividend Growth Investor has had plenty of positive side effects over the …

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Comparing Bitcoin to Gold

It appears to be the ideal opportunity for crypto traders to declare, “I told you so,” and invest more money into the most popular cryptocurrency, congratulating it on its victory. Bitcoin has begun 2021 with a new all-time high above $34,000 (£24,850, €27,724), and analysts are optimistic about the cryptocurrency’s …

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Roche’s spin-off jewel Givaudan

Short term, stock markets are a popularity contest In 2000, in the midst of a huge tech-driven bull market, Swiss pharmaceuticals giant Roche announced that it would spin-off its fragrances and flavors division, creating a separate company to be publicly listed on the Swiss stock exchange under the name Givaudan. Roche, …

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Sometimes dividend cuts are good signs

The communicated and executed dividend policy of a publicly-traded company is an important factor to consider when it comes to investing in income-generating assets. An immanent dividend cut for instance is often a warning sign that the business is running into troubles, that it has been applying an unsustainable dividend …

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