"Since March 27, 2000, there have been some massive changes in the technology world. Amazon stock is up 1 312 percent. Apple stock is up 2 949 percent. The market cap of Amazon is nearly half a trillion Dollars (which would be a first), Apple is currently 790 billion Dollars. Alphabet has a market cap … Continue reading The next generation
"Democracy itself is a very new concept, much of the world does not practice full blown democracies with all of the freedoms that others enjoy. For example, in Sweden, Norway and Iceland, as well as New Zealand and Denmark (and throw in Canada), those countries score really highly on the pillars of democracy, functioning government, … Continue reading Democratically Speaking
"There is an option to take shares, they would however be subject to a five year lockup and they would not be listed on any stock exchange. At the end of the five year period, they would be convertible on a one for one basis to an AB InBev share. If you elect for the … Continue reading SABMiller, 44 quid init mate?
"Gazing across at the commodities complex, you can see a train wreck. Since the market highs in April, Anglo American is down 42 percent, Glencore is down 66 percent, both slumping as a result of lower commodity prices and their debt piles, BHP Billiton is "only" down 27 percent, Sasol 20 percent, whilst Lonmin is … Continue reading Good Riddance Third Quarter
"It would have served me better to sit on the cash for 4 years, earn interest and then when the market halved in value I could have bought it then and I would have tripled my money today instead of just doubling it. That sounds great in theory except that you have no idea when … Continue reading Bottoms Up