Monthly Archives: December 2020

Is the volume meaningless? An example with critical metals, including REEs.

In several previous posts I warned to avoid comparing volumes when looking at the 3D-graphs. This was because the “buildings” were representing very different values in their three dimensions. Ratios can be determined by looking at such a graph by … Continue reading

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COVID-19 – we cannot ignore it IX – Microsoft (series completed)

Finally we added Microsoft to the graph, but…  it is a huge company – more like BP or Munich Re. This means all companies had to be presented together again. Of course this will make the small ones almost invisible, … Continue reading

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