Europe Stocks Timestamps: STG, MOWI, ITM, ARBN, ERIC, NOK, CBOX, CTT, EDP, TEP.PA, TESB, PLATINUM

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0:30 STG
1:51 Salmon
8:11 Italmobiliare
11:05 France
12:33 Arbonia
14:45 ERIC, NOK.
16:41 CBOX.
20:43 CTT.
21:47 EDP.
22:41 Teleperformance.
25:21 TESB.
26:18 PLATINUM.
30:04 DIGI.

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    1. Fish farming on land is very capital intensive, needs a lot of clean water and power, and is required to clean the waste water. Often further away from the costumer. Hard to compete economically with the fjords. But with experience from offshore oil business large scale fish farming can go out at sea in the future.

  1. While watching this channel it seems the only investable stock is Rubis. Just kidding, thank you for the extensive review.

  2. dont touch cakebox. the financial director had to leave because of the investigation that you are talking about. It is almost certain that the CEO knew all about it. Maybe ok for trading, but not a buy and hold value investment. I get the impression that the CEO is interested in trading his share price (for me this is not the sign of good management). He is buying at the moment (£500k), but has sold £17m in the past. watch out !

  3. People get money, they buy German doors. I’m planning to pick up three or four German doors when I get my Christmas bonus.

  4. I am invested in Teleperformance since September. I did not find anything obviously wrong with the company either. The last decline of the share price seems to be associated with takeover of Majorel, which creates some share dilution. But even if the takeover may have appeared too expensive in April, now we are getting both companies at a big discount compared to their price in April. There was also some noise around bad working conditions in Colombia. Otherwise I seriously could not find any red flags. I you find some please let me know.

    1. AI is the perceived risk. But nowadays you can’t just plug in any AI and that’s it. It needs better-refined technology, integration with legacy systems, being careful with data privacy, and so on. It’s pretty complex and to get it refined will take years. It’s the same as autonomous driving. It may work in 95% of the situations but for the 5% left it is unviable because of the possible bad consequences.

  5. France charges too high a tax and leads to double taxation. I found out the hard way investing in a French company. No treaty between the U.S and France. U.S. gets their money on capital gains and so does France. Hurts returns. You really have to investigate the tax liability for international investing or it is very harmful to returns. Very few countries are as friendly as the United States with capital gains taxes.

  6. Teleperformance is also investing in Ia (you can’t as a customer build you own software like costumer service). Clear example of irrationality of the market. Strong buy for me at this level

  7. Sven, regarding Teleperformance, AI is the perceived risk. But nowadays you can’t just plug in any AI and that’s it. It needs better-refined technology, integration with legacy systems, being careful with data privacy, and so on. It’s pretty complex and to get it refined will take years. It’s the same as autonomous driving. It may work in 95% of the situations but for the 5% left it is unviable because of the possible bad consequences. The market overshoot this company on the downside and the risk-reward is excellent.

    1. yes, I read, that above is scam, they constantly try to find new ways to get to people!

  8. In mining, Tin is offering a good opportunity. Most producers are unprofitable at this price, which should create pressure on price to the upside. It’s a small market and a few pure-play companies in the space. Some like Alphamin still get profit and can pay a 7% dividend while you wait for a price spike of the metal.

  9. Sven, i have seen you analyse stocks across many countries. None from Australia. Any interest to look into it? Our tax system gives benefits for dividends so a yield of 4-5% is normal. But growth sometimes is mediocre. You might find undervalued miners.

    1. for miners, you need a global recession! Plus, Australia is really at the other side of the world for me:-(

  10. Sven, would you consider writing an article on how to wisely invest their cash when waiting for the right opportunity? At least for us, paid subscribers. 🙂

    1. there is no such thing as wisely investing cash, Buffett is not doing bonds at 5% and waiting! IN Europe you can get 3 to 4% and that is about it!

  11. Would be nice for you to analyse Petrobras to see what happens in corrupt governments. Now, a sentenced manager is back on the board…lol

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