To market to market to buy a fat pig. Yesterday was a bad day for markets due to a combination of White House political rumblings and the horrible terrorist attacks in Spain. The Dow dropped 1.24%, the S&P 500 dropped 1.54% and the Nasdaq was down the most, 1.94%. The All Share flipped between … Continue reading It’s Not What You Buy, It’s What You Pay
"To tie in Britney and China one more time, in 1999 China had a population of 1.258 billion at the end of the year, estimates currently are just over 1.4 billion people, in 16 years the largest population on the planet has added 142 million people, that is roughly the entire population of Russia added … Continue reading Hit me baby one more time
'"It's hardly what you might call a "devaluation," or a "collapse," as some of the more breathless headlines read."' To market to market to buy a fat pig. My spell checker does not like rude words on my phone, my texting is autocorrected to holy spitballs. Which in itself is borderline PG13 for language, perhaps … Continue reading As you were!
"As is the case with many mid cap listed businesses, there are very few shareholders that Curro will have to talk to. There is a total of 83 shareholders that hold 75.4 percent of the shares, we have identified three shareholders who control 45 percent of the business, together with the founder, just over 50 … Continue reading Educate your Board
"It seems like there is a whole lot more room to grow. I for one would much prefer it if the government outsourced all schooling to private entities, which set themselves really high standards. As Curro points out (just after this table in their 2014 Annual Report), them building schools saves the state 70-120 million … Continue reading Go Private, save the state