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Using the free AnRep3D demo-generator: more steel!

Let’s get to the point very quickly this week. Last week I put a step aside and presented Kobe Steel. Two weeks ago I provided some links to sites talking about specific companies. One of those links was https://investorplace.com/2016/12/the-7-worst-stocks-to-buy-for-2017/  I … Continue reading

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Another step aside: Kobe Steel

This post should be about one of the companies from the list I presented last time. Yet I will pick another one for the second time. On the list (actually a collection of links presenting lists) two steel companies will … Continue reading

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Using the demo-generator: shares with advice (+ or -) and BP

For the next posts and graphs, to be presented during the upcoming weeks, we will go with some positive and negative advices to be found on the Internet. I prepared a couple and will present the most relevant financial values … Continue reading

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Using the demo-generator: Toshiba

In the previous blogpost four very different types of companies were presented. Now it’s time to compare other companies to these “archetypical” shapes in AnRep3D. Remember, I promised to work with the free demo generator (so not the full version, … Continue reading

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Using the free demo-generator – relative instead of absolute comparison.

Last time I promised the new series of blog-posts would be about graphs generated with the new, free demo-generator. Of course we like it if people purchase a full license, but who would do so without knowing whether the product … Continue reading

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Visualising a mix of large companies in a spatial graph (III)

Last time we checked the values again and corrected the input for PSA. E.on however, has really shrunk! The 2016 loss was extremely high and as a result the equity almost vaporised. The total assets and the revenue are much, … Continue reading

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Visualising a mix of large companies in a spatial graph (II)

Picking up the subject where I left it last time, I have to convert all the numbers into the same currency. Otherwise we cannot compare the numbers in a spatial graph (nor in any other graph for that matter).  This … Continue reading

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