• frugal

    Can we make money by buying companies that don’t?

    What am I talking about? Sounds absurd right? Well, not to many traders who trade based on investors. There are many firms which are deemed to have “growth potential” and thus should have a huge upside and many people want to jump onto the bandwagon so that they will not “miss out” and be able to catch the next “Amazon”. But it is not like that. That is not how stocks are worth. Jim Cramer, the host of Mad Money, has mentioned that the “electric vehicle, minus Tesla, has started to burst”. During the surge in zero emission vehicle firms 2 months back, companies like Nikola were riding the wave…

  • frugal

    11% rise in revenue, is Apple (AAPL) still a buy?

    When investing in a stock long term, you should focus on the company’s fundamentals. To break down the company’s fundamentals, I like to look at their qualitative and quantitative parts. For the qualitative part of the company’s fundamentals, it would look at their qualities, who they see as competitors and how they work as a company moving forward. For the quantitative part, it would be looking at their revenue, net income, profits and year-on-year growth over time. I will pen down my thoughts on Apple, one of the most valuable publicly traded companies in the world, talking about their fundamentals and explaining why I remain invested in them. Qualitative Looking…