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Data is the new oil III – large, but shrinking

We are not talking about the largest company in the world at this moment, because that would be Wallmart. Photo by DzeeShah on Pixabay Our selection was about Oil Majors, Tech Giants and large Manufacturers and therefore the choice is … Continue reading

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Data is the new oil II – which order?

It is time to come up with something, but until now I only determined which companies to visualise: four oil majors, four manufacturers and four tech giants. Apple is a manufacturer, but because of its history we will consider it … Continue reading

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Intermezzo – finally, a contest!

Last week I should have posted something about another IPO, but I didn’t. Somehow the pattern became too clear, although I will investigate the others on the list. Apart from this I was on holiday and to be honest, I … Continue reading

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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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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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Visualising the energy-transition III – What about the USA?

Until now we have looked at the energy-mix of the five countries at a higher level. One dimension (depth) represented “fossil fuels” but fossil is the sum of (mainly) coal, oil and gas. When thinking about the CO2 equivalents emitted, … Continue reading

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