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Fundamental Analysis of Sony

Watch on YouTube Listen on Spotify On this Sunday’s Fundamental Analysis show we discussed Sony. Here is a screenshot summary of the episode: What is Sony? Sony is a Japanese conglomerate with a focus on video games, electronics, semiconductors, music, and movies. When were they founded? In 1946 by Masaru Ibuka. Valuation: EV of $78.9 billion, EV/FCF of 8.6, EV/EBIT 10.5 (as of recording) Latest Earnings: revenue down 4% YoY, OI down 2.1% Our Future Growth Opportunities: Imag

Deep Dive on Nintendo Stock

Watch on YouTube Listen on Spotify This week we relaunched the podcast by interviewing software analyst Tim Beyers. As you may know, before the show stopped we also did “Fundamental Analysis” episodes every Thursday and Sunday where we discussed an individual company. Those have started up again too, but with an added twist. Every Thursday, Ian Gray (who worked with Ryan at the Motley Fool this summer) will be joining us for a 30-40 minute “Deep Dive” into a specific company.

Is Match Group Stock a Keeper?

I’ve been watching Match Group’s (ticker: MTCH) stock for a while now. It was actually the only stock Ryan and I both put on our Christmas lists on this week’s Chit Chat Money. The company trades for a reasonable price, and it looks like they are building a moat in a fast-growing and lucrative industry: online dating. Match Group owns major platforms like Tinder, Match.com, OkCupid, and more. Tinder is their biggest growth driver at the moment. Let’s go through their financia

Time to Get Greedy with Zoom Video?

An investment rule I try and follow is taking a second glance at stocks on my watchlist that have fallen 20% or more. It can be beneficial to reevaluate my thoughts and whether I like the business enough at a discounted price. Zoom Video (ticker: ZM) is a perfect example of that. Technical traders call this formation flipping the bird. Zoom has put up phenomenal numbers since it went public. The problem is, the stock has always felt phenomenally overvalued (an EV/sales of 60

JD.com will be a $250 Billion Company

JD.com operates a giant online business in China. Contrary to popular belief, it is the most “Amazon-like” of the Chinese retailers, even though Alibaba is the larger and more well-known name in America. JD released earnings this past week and crushed it on a bunch of metrics, which led to the stock shooting up over 10% on the news. Investors have grown sour on JD for a few reasons, including the rape charges against the CEO (which are serious but likely won’t affect the busi

Fundamental Analysis of Starbucks

On this Fundamental Analysis show, we discussed Starbucks (SBUX), the $100 Billion coffee chain giant. Highlights from the show: Market cap of $103.5 billion Trailing P/E of 37, forward P/E of 27.5 Comp Store Sales up 3% YoY Net store growth up 7%, with Chinese store count growth up 17% Value of the Starbucks brand Listen to the full show: Spotify Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts #stock #Valuation #stockmarket #Starbucks #analysis #Podcast

Fundamental Analysis of Slack

On this Fundamental Analysis show, we discuss Slack Technologies (WORK), the internal business communication and collaboration tool. Highlights from the show: Price to Sales of 41.3 Revenue growing 67% YoY Margin Adjusted Price to Sales of 58 Gross Margin of 86.2% Replacing email, but can it replace messaging? Listen to the full show: Spotify Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts #slack #stock #Stocks #Valuation

 

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