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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 II

Time for a 3D graph! In the previous post I explained how we will use a different set of values to generate this new 3D-graph. Instead of Profit, we will take Cash Flow provided by Operations (The Net Sales or … Continue reading

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FAANG revisited – alternative financial ratios visualised

AnRep3D is able to visualise financial data from companies in time. By now most readers will know, but until now we have been rather conservative in this blog. It’s time to show more of the power of the generator. (Photo … Continue reading

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FAANG

Can we define a couple of technology-companies as a large tooth? Probably not, but still the acronym FANG was introduced to group Facebook, Amazon, Netflix and Google. When Apple was added (remarkable as this is a real hardware-centered company – … Continue reading

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Ten years of Amazon – using Alphabet/Google as a reference

Again, I would like to show you the 3D-graph first, but this time several things will be different. So let me start with an explanation. Firstly, the graph is showing Amazon over a period of ten years (2007 – 2016). … Continue reading

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