Tag Archives: Kellog

Challenging Kellogg the breakfast giant

There are a couple of businesses that play a role in literally everyone’s life. For instance, each day I use Microsoft software at work, use my i-phone and i-pad from Apple to communicate with my friends, I “google” and write e-mails with Gmail, my family members shop via Amazon and …

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Just let your winning stocks run

Stop trying to avoid book losses Professional and retail investors alike often stress the importance of “cutting losers and underperformers fast”. In essence, the rationale behind selling out stock positions that have been laggards in a portfolio is twofold: The first percentage points in book losses have the largest impact …

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The healthy part of Coca Cola

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. The sweet Dividend King The Coca-Cola Company is without any doubt one of the most popular stock …

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LVMH stock is an expensive diamond

The world largest luxury-goods maker climbing the tops There are around ten holding giants right now, amongst them, Nestlé, L’Oréal, Berkshire Hathaway, Porsche Automobil Holding SE, Tencent, and LVMH whose recent operational and stock price performance really caught my eye. Of that illustre group, LVMH has been the most spectacular …

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