Tag Archives: LVMH

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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Pernod Ricard the French spirits jewel

A glance at some outstanding European businesses If I had to make a list with thirty of the strongest European businesses that made excellent long term stock holdings, creating huge intergenerational wealth for investors, I would certainly choose the following three French company giants for that selection: the world largest …

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Getting paid each month with Dividends

The beauty of passive income sources Investing in dividend-paying stocks is one of the easiest and most rewarding ways to establish an ever-increasing and reliable passive income stream. In contrast to active income (from a job), passive income is not (directly) linked to time. As a shareholder of The Coca-Cola …

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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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Acquiring permamently expensive stocks

Warren Buffet’s quotes can be found in his shareholder letters, at speeches, interviews or at legendary general meetings of Holding Company Berkshire Hathaway and are true nuggets of investment wisdom. One of my favorite of his quotes is this: It is far better to buy a wonderful business for a …

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Tough times made SIXT a winner

In March 2020, when the COVID-19 pandemic brought the whole world to a literal standstill due to severe global lockdown measures, businesses everywhere – in particular in the hospitality sector such as restaurants and bars and in the tourism industry (airlines, duty-free shops, etc.) – have been hit existentially hard. …

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Loving the racing Ferrari stock

It was in October 2014 when the US-Italien conglomerate Fiat Chrysler Automobiles announced its plan to separate Ferrari (Stock Ticker: RACE) from the carmaker group. The spin-off was completed in January 2016 and marked the beginning of one of THE most ICONIC CAR brands on the stock market. Historically, car …

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