"I also think that what is lost on many in this argument of a company saving costs is that the above shareholders also act on behalf of their pensioners. They also act on behalf of public servants and entrepreneurs who save with their institutions. The shareholders act for pensioners present and future, teachers, fireman, policeman, … Continue reading Take it for the Team?
"Now that the battery is a whole lot more affordable than at any time in history, it makes more economic sense to power your vehicle from home and then heigh ho, off you go. The thing is, in countries that still burn a lot of coal to generate electricity, are you really doing the climate … Continue reading EV growth is Electric
"We will get there, humanity is more aware of the harmful impact of fossil fuel usage than at any other point in history, it is unfortunately a rich people problem that impacts us all." To market to market to buy a fat pig Stocks in Johannesburg as a collective gave up ground through the … Continue reading Are Fossil Fuels Getting Old?
"The Zurich listed price, since the clamp down on "gifting" in China, has "gone nowhere" for nearly 50 months. In Rand terms, over 50 months, we are up 46 percent. That is not to say that the Richemont share price has gone up and down in-between, and reached different levels (it has). I am making … Continue reading Rand in the Sand
"Comair, a listed entity that answers to their shareholders, delivered revenues of 5.9 billion Rand for their 2016 financial year. They employ 2085 people. They lease and own 19 planes. They paid 29 million Rand in taxes (as a company) or 13908 Rand per person or 38 Rand a day. Or what you pay for … Continue reading Keeping SAA aloft
"I have never seen anything like the NASDAQ glitch last evening. This was after the market had closed for a half day, remember that today in the US is a holiday. As far as I can tell from the reading that I have done, some improper use of test data sent to third party vendors … Continue reading Nas-Decked
"Loads of Apple articles last week, Michael and I have put together all the links that we think you need (you are welcome), in order to see how far the product has come. There are some suggestions that the smartphone of the future may be glasses, or more augmented reality. The fact is that the … Continue reading iPhone is 10
"For the full year the company managed to grow revenues by 6 percent to 34.4 billion Dollars, that is up 8 percent on a currency neutral basis. There are now (as at the year end) 985 Nike stores globally. Some of the iconic ones stand out, in New York and London, the experience is always … Continue reading Nike Spikey Likey
"Across the oceans vast and wide, stocks were better on the session, in particular a large bounce back by technology counters. Apple, Alphabet Facebook and Amazon all led the charge, in the end the nerds of NASDAQ closed 1.43 percent better. The broader market S&P 500 added nearly nine-tenths of a percent, whilst the Dow … Continue reading Bank on not stressing
"Whilst this is clearly more than a glancing blow to Google, the most dominant business inside of the Alphabet matrix, this share price still looks attractive at current levels (down two and a half percent by the close)." To market to market to buy a fat pig You know the saying, shop 'til you … Continue reading Google fined Bigly. Oh my covfefe!