3 Most Bought European Stocks: ASML, BAYER, VOLKSWAGEN

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0:00 Europe Stock Market.
2:20 ASML.
8:07 Bayer.
15:14 VW.

3 Most Bought European Stocks: ASML, BAYER, VOLKSWAGEN

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  1. Would Love if you would make a Video about ATX Stocks: BAWAG, Do&Co and SBO. They Look good and especially BAWAG could be a potential Unicredit 2.0 and go up by 100-200% really quick!

  2. Have you looked a unilever? Was surprised to see positive sentiment from Terry Smith about it at his yearly meeting

  3. ASML is probably more of an onshoring chip mfg play than an AI play. Of the three choices, I’d probably pick ASML if I had to pick one of them.

  4. How does Sven feel about buying European stocks from countries that have extra withholding taxes from dividends? Germany, France, Switzerland, Belgium, Denmark etc? I have always skipped them directly, too large handicap for the owner at needing to do large work to get what is by contract yours and uncertainty on even ever getting them.

    1. If the company is growing the dividend significantly, it doesnt matter the witholding tax because you still get the growth on the initial yield on cost, even if its taxed. The tax rate is constant (unless the government rises it) but your dividend growth rate is changing every year (if its a good dividend grower), so in my opnion taxes matter for your dividend if the company is not growing the dividend at all. I live in BE and I still have dividends but only from companies that are growing them by 15 to 20% annually.

  5. Always liked the idea of being the factory that makes the machines that the chipmakers buy to make the chips…I can afford an ETF that holds ASML..

  6. In my opinion, ASML has full order books that will ensure sales for many years. Seen this way, ASML does not benefit from the AI ​​boom, but from deglobalization

  7. If you can get ASML on a PE of 30 which is usually historically on the lowest side based on their growth and market position, you are getting yourself a hell of a business. If it deeps on the 600’s, even the high 600’s its a huge BUY in my opinion.

  8. Bought heavy ASML at 29x. Couldn’t catch me buying more today at these valuations — although you can never have enough of one of the best companies in the world.

  9. I agree with the assessment. On top of that, VW is sitting on a huge pile of debt and as a German living near their HQ I really hope they make it through the next 10 years

  10. Started to invest in Unilever, not so entertaining as Tesla, but that had run its course.

    To be honest I would like it a bit cheaper, but everything is very expensive and LSE offers 0% WHT, which helps me get a decent dividend.

    I remember you were not very satisfied it last time you checked, maybe it is better now.

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  12. Hello, as a value investor, how often (if ever) do you buy shares near 52 week high? I have a feeling you may have a bias to avoid those, however if fundamentals improve faster than the stock price and are in a long-term uptrend, there could be a compelling reason(s) to buy near 52 week high rather than near 52 week lows. So if you applied your value investing methodology and filtered keeping only stocks in long-term uptrend and near 52 week high, which would be the top 5?

  13. Sven You are 105% right. All this high, top paid managers always move to „utilize new opportunities” after they mess up 😂😂😂

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