"I remember when I was young, my father had proudly acquired a set of encyclopaedias and tasked me to go look it up when I asked a question about something. Search nowadays is a far easier task than before, my daughters teacher told us that her class of nine year olds all researched their speeches … Continue reading The Best Bet is Alphabet
"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!
"Quality attracts quality and Alphabet attracts some of the best minds in the world. They also provide an environment that promotes innovation. These new ideas fall within the Other Bets segment. They take it very seriously and provide great capital for big potential ideas. We expect a lot more coming out of Alphabet in the … Continue reading Lurch at Search
"Not only are the company a coffee experience destination, by adding rewards members via their excellent technology platforms, they lock you into the daily routine, they aim to continue to stay abreast with the changing patterns of consumption. Having partnered with WeChat (TenCent owned platform) in China, more Chinese customers can gift each other, or … Continue reading Caffeine Injection
"We continue to buy shares of what is a unique company. They are working on revenue lines that we have no idea about. And it feels good to know that these are for solving problems of the world, that is the core of the business. Stay young Alphabet. Stay young." To market to market … Continue reading Alphabets on a Great Future
"Google announced a new phone yesterday, it is the "Pixel". From the website, Made by Google, the intro is titled Meet Pixel, Phone by Google. There was also the release of a home connected device, a speaker that is powered with the "Google assist" software. It is activated by saying, "OK Google"." To market … Continue reading Meet Pixel
"In conclusion, this is a company that really has a huge growth business as their core business and many more lines in the water. This is definitely a huge growth business. They are creating future revenue streams that we couldn't envisage now, encouraging staffers to be creative (certainly rewarding them for it) and making life … Continue reading Alphabet. Breathtaking. Class.
"Google is not a conventional company. We do not intend to become one. Throughout Google's evolution as a privately held company, we have managed Google differently. We have also emphasized an atmosphere of creativity and challenge, which has helped us provide unbiased, accurate and free access to information for those who rely on us around … Continue reading The Larry and Sergey show
"Whilst Vodacom is not a broad part of our client portfolios, it certainly does have an important place. Even if earnings don't show material moves higher, the company is likely to continue to show good dividend growth. In an increasingly volatile world, locally that is. Having said that, the company still has a large portion … Continue reading Yebo Gogo
"I suppose you could call a division that costs you around $3 - 4 billion a year in losses a bet. Looking at the grand scheme of things, the investments are in areas that they say are "Disruptors", "Growth" areas and have "global" potential." If you have not watched the latest blunders video, where … Continue reading Alphabet not Googling their cash