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Navigating Stock Market Investments: Lessons from the World of Boats

Investing in the stock market can be likened to navigating a diverse fleet of boats. Just as a rising tide lifts all boats, the market’s movements affect different stocks in unique ways. Join me as we explore this analogy, from luxury yachts to agile speedboats, and discover how it can guide your investment strategies.
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Netflix: Revenue, Earnings Per Share, Shareholder dilution.

https://youtu.be/8wyMzvPBhaA Revenue: Revenue is a top-line number that’ includes operating income and non-operating income. “The top line is a reference to gross figures reported by a company, such as sales or revenue. It is called the top line because it is displayed at the very top of a company’s income statement” -Investopedia Operating income is sales of products and services which happens very frequently. Non-operating income comes from the sale of company assets like equipment, land, or buildings and therefore is not reoccurring and is less frequent. Because revenue doesn’t account for the cost of the goods sold and can…

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A Perfect Storm: Semiconductors, ICE’s and EV’s

The global chip shortage describes the current lack of computer chips which was indirectly caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. The simplest explanation for the chip shortage is supply and demand. Chip supply As of 2019 Chip supplies, which were already stretched thin due to the China-US trade war saw further decline As Chinese companies, began stockpiling computer chips in anticipation of the forecasted global shortage. The existing chip shortage was further exacerbated by an unforeseen winter storm in Texas and a fire in Japan.  In February of 2021, 3 million homes were left without power as a cold front swept…

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Extreme Dollar Cost Averaging!

This blog post was originally posted on the Public app on 9/22/21. Click here to view follow me on Public.com. A Little Goes a Long Way?A little does go a long way, I’m all for a quick buck but in the stock market, little amounts tend to go very far over time. Dollar-cost averaging is the practice of investing on a set schedule (daily, weekly, monthly), or investing a set amount of dollars or shares. It works because when you combine a set investment schedule with a steady investment amount, you maximize your chances of getting the best stock price…

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