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IPOs in 3D – a steep drop for Sonim

In the overview of 2019 IPOs we saw some with a very high return, like Beyond Meat, but also disappointing ones with a negative return. Sonim was the most unfortunate one in the list. The information was taken from IPOScoop … Continue reading

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Initial Public Offerings in 3D

Probably nobody ever says “Initial Public Offering” but for a title “IPO” would be a bit short, so I decided to use the full description instead of the abbreviation. This post is about preparing the next graph. Because of this … Continue reading

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Sell in May and go away: Airbus update Q2

On comparing Boeing and Airbus the last time, we still didn’t have the Airbus numbers for Q2 2019. Of course this was as interesting as the earlier periods, because of the 737Max ban, affecting Boeing heavily. The question was whether … Continue reading

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Sell in May and go away

But remember to be back in September. It’s an old advice at the stock-exchange and although it might also apply to me, I think it’s time for another (short) post. Originally my plan was to visualise the Quantitative (and Qualitative) … Continue reading

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Intermezzo: storytelling

Yes, storytelling is hot. Does this mean that I have to tell you everything about all the hard labour, my setbacks and successes? I don’t think so, since you are a business reader and hopefully the best way to get … 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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