Tag Archives: Cash Flow

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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COVID-19 – we cannot ignore it VI – Bombardier

Before starting I have to admit that I hardly knew Bombardier. A Canadian company manufacturing trains, to be taken over by Alstom. Somehow I got the impression that it was a powerful giant, but after analysing the annual and quarterly … Continue reading

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COVID-19 – we cannot ignore it V – Munich Re

In our series about Corona we should have a financial institution and Munich Re is the candidate we selected. Munich Re is a re-insurance company, based in Germany. A re-insurance company is an insurance company for insurance companies – covering … Continue reading

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COVID-19 – we cannot ignore it IV – British Petroleum (BP)

Is BP hit by the Corona-pandemic? Looking at the 3D-Graph we noticed some unexpected differences with Qantas and Wyndham. Continue reading

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COVID-19 – we cannot ignore it III – Wyndham

Another industry hit hard by the Corona pandemic is hospitality of course. A large hotel-company might provide a good example. Although I like to travel now and then, staying in different cities, I’m not much of a business traveller. I … Continue reading

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COVID-19 – we cannot ignore it.

The holiday-season is comming to an end and people will be online again more frequently now. Time for a new blog-post, but no 3D-graph in this one yet! With the previous series (data is the new oil) being complete, a … Continue reading

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Great news – an AnRep3D-licence will be free from now on!

A short, but very important update. No 3D-graph this time (although new posts will come in soon), but only a message. For a couple of years we have been offering the 3D-graph generator. It hasn’t been easy to inform as … Continue reading

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fAAnG revisited – alternative financial ratios visualised IV

This will be the third and last post on this subject. As already announced, not all fAAnG companies will be in the graph – only the 3 A-companies: Amazon, Alphabet (although still represented by Google’s G in the acronym) and … Continue reading

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FAANG revisited – alternative financial ratios visualised III

Two weeks ago I posted a rather heavy story, discussing a lot of financial theory. This time I will focus on the companies and the numbers again. Before we go on, I have to share something. I really like MOOCs … Continue reading

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