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Yum China drops as company says Q3 adj. operating profit may be 50-60% lower

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  1. Behind frequent fines, China Continent Insurance is troubled with declining premium income and increasing complaints (28/06/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    In less than a month, China Continent Insurance has received fines for multiple branches. Here are the details. The latest ticket was published three days ago. On June 21, according to public information released by Bijie Branch of China Banking and Insurance Regulatory Commission, the Bijie central branch of China Continent Insurance was fined 300,000 yuan for fictitious insurance intermediary business arbitrage. Earlier on, its Changchun central branch, Honghe central branch, and Qujing central branch has all been punished in the recent month. The troubles of China Continent Insurance do not end there. In 2020, the company's operating income achieved a growth of 6.1%, but the premium income declined. At the same time, its net profit plummeted by 60%, with losses in the fourth quarter. In terms of its performance in the past few years, since 2017, the company's net profit achieved positive growth only in 2019, and in other years its net profit has declined to varying degrees. source: China Investment Network translation: InsurView   submitted by   /u/InsurViewChina [link]   [comments]
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  2. RBL Bank net profit drops 34% due to higher provisioning, lower NII (05/05/2021 - Financial Express)
    The provision coverage ratio (PCR) remained at 72.2% during the March quarter, compared to 64% in Q4FY20 and 68.8% in Q3FY21.
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  3. % ownership of common stock dilution leads to less profit? (14/08/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Hey I appreciate any help someone can give me. If I own 5% of the common shares in a company and therefore am promised 5% of the profit does dilution mean that I would get a lower % of the profit since my 5% got diluted to a lower number? The document says 1,000,000 shares are issued and outstanding and 300,000 shares reserved for issuance or purchase- no shares of preferred stock. Does that mean that it's already set up to dilute the common stock? Can they keep diluting it by offering another round of funding?   submitted by   /u/mainrave [link]   [comments]
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  4. Earnings Results: Ulta shares sink after reporting lower sales, profit and CEO change (11/03/2021 - Market Watch)
    Ulta Beauty Inc. said Thursday it continued to feel the effects of the pandemic, posting lower fourth-quarter sales and profit year over year. It also announced that Chief Executive Mary Dillon will be replaced by company President David Kimbell.
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  5. RLX Drops Around 50% (22/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I usually do not get involved with Chinese companies for obvious reasons, but this stock was a strong buy in my book. I have an average of $19 a share, which I was very comfortable with until this morning. Anyone have any idea what I should do with this stock now that China is imposing high regulation on E-Cigs and I am down nearly 50%? Does anyone know the severity of what China will do and if it will be detrimental to the company? China is a mass consumer of E-Cigs...does anyone think this is a unique buying opportunity? Thanks for any help https://markets.businessinsider.com/news/stocks/rlx-technology-stock-price-sinks-chinese-government-ecigarette-regulation-2021-3-1030233004   submitted by   /u/Potential-Guide-9562 [link]   [comments]
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  6. How to take profit off a stock I really like (12/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Stupid question, I know, but I'm having a really tough time figuring this out: I have a stock - several actually - that I've performed my DD on so I really like and trust. Ever since I bought them, some of those took off and gained more than 10%. My rule is to buy the stock if the initial price drops to 10%, reconsider my DD if it drops 20% and maybe buy more or sell the stock but I haven't figured out what should I do if the stock rises more than 10%. Should I sell the 10% gained and keep my initial investment, should I sell it all and go away with the profit and wait for it to drop to a support line or should I keep holding to it? How do you do it?   submitted by   /u/OppositeFingat [link]   [comments]
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  7. IndusInd Bank net profit doubles on lower provisions (27/07/2021 - Financial Express)
    The lender’s operating profit increased 9.4% YoY to Rs 3,130 crore as the net interest income (NII) grew 8% YoY to Rs 3,564 crore. Other income increased 18% YoY to Rs 1,781 crore.
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  8. $TSM, why is China always the bear case? China potentially "dropping the hammer on Taiwan" is a bear case for most of the market (14/08/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Disclosure: I am a $TSM shareholder. It's my favorite chip stock. One bear case I always read for $TSM is the political tensions with China... I get that. But if China goes after Taiwan, let me tell you something... The market in general is going to drop. I do fear China. But there's literally so many stocks that would drop if China "drops the hammer" on Taiwan. That would be a major global event but it's not going to make me stop investing in great companies. If investors really believe in this bear case, they should buy a lot of $LMT.   submitted by   /u/Take_Notice_Walk [link]   [comments]
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  9. Harley Davidson plummets as company forecasts lower operating margins (21/07/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  10. Trying to understand a 10-Q and valuation (01/09/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Seen some pumping of a stock recently and everyone getting a hard on saying how awesome their financials are and how much money they are making. I went to the company's website, and either they're full of shit, or I have no idea how to understand financials. Not sure if I'm allowed to post links in this sub, but everything is available on the IR section of tattooedchef. So what I'm seeing is the company has a lot of assets, 283MM with 140MM of that being cash, and liability of 49MM. So far so good. Moving on, I see their gross profit at 14MM but operating expenses at 29MM. I know a company can have negative EPS when they're growing and reinvesting in themselves, but wouldn't that fall under a different category than operating expenses? Unless they buy more efficient equipment or raise their prices, won't it be hard to overcome that? They even state they had a lot of operating costs this time around which contributed to the net loss, but "The Company expects operating expenses to decrease as a percentage of revenue over time..." That sounds like something I would say to my boss after messing something up. "I promise to do better next time." And just from a business perspective, if I had many billions and thought of buying this company, it seems like the 1.7B market cap is outrageous even based off of their gross revenue. To put it in perspective, Tyson Foods has a net income of 753MM with a market cap of 28.6B (38x). If tatooedchef had 0 operating expenses, then it would still be 14MM for 1.75B market cap (125x). Am I looking at this the right way?   submitted by   /u/is_not_sam [link]   [comments]
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  11. As of today, Alibaba stock is down 20% in the past 1 month. What happened? (27/07/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I wouldn't have guessed a mega cap stock would take such a hit. As we all knew about alibaba, and about China, the government is always regulating technological companies. But why did the market only react now? Thats the part that I do not understand... On the other hand, I am happy to buy at the current price lol. Would average down if the price drops even lower.   submitted by   /u/Justkiddingapple [link]   [comments]
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  12. JP Morgan profit doubles yet pre-market drops (13/07/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    JPMorgan Profit More Than Doubles, Revenue Falls JPMorgan's second-quarter profit more than doubled from a year earlier to $11.95 billion, when the bank was stockpiling funds to prepare for a recession. Came across some folks trying to correlate earnings outcome with price... quite indeterministic imho   submitted by   /u/wingchun777 [link]   [comments]
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  13. Impac Mortgage stock drops 24% after Q4 operating earnings plummet (12/03/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  14. Futures Movers: Oil prices edge lower after weaker China data (17/05/2021 - Market Watch)
    Oil futures nudge lower Monday, with a round of weaker-than-expected economic data from China.
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  15. Language-app Duolingo initially drops on report that app taken down in China (05/08/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  16. Is the market crashing? (23/02/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Hey guys just wondering if the tech market is going through a crash? Its been red for a few days and premarket right now is showing massive drops, im gonna hold through it but i have some cash to buy and lower my averages, how long is this red ment to last and do you think the stocks will go lower??? Cheers   submitted by   /u/IncognitoCumShot [link]   [comments]
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  17. Costco Stock Is an Easy Buy on the Dip COST stock is one of the best in the market – and it's now on sale (02/03/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Costco Stock Is an Easy Buy on the Dip COST stock is one of the best in the market – and it's now on sale COST stock has declined over 9% so far in 2021. It’s down 12% from late November highs. But for a name like Costco, a 12% move is rather significant. It’s not just significant – it’s a buying opportunity. Costco did take a modest hit during the pandemic, in part due to store closures. For instance, in April same-store sales excluding gasoline and foreign currency effects were flat. That’s a huge disappointment by Costco’s high standards. But as stores reopened, Costco immediately got back on track. In June, for instance, same-store sales rose 14% on the same basis. For the third quarter (ending May 10), Costco drove 4.8% same-store growth. In Q4, the figure accelerated to better than 11%. Growth in December and January averaged better than 8%. There’s not much in the numbers to suggest anything has changed. The pandemic caused a bit of volatility, yes, but Costco still grew adjusted same-store sales 9% in FY2020 and 6% the year before. As far as e-commerce goes, the pandemic has given Costco a chance to build out its own business. E-commerce revenue grew 50% in FY2020 and climbed another 18% through the first 22 weeks of FY2021. Remember that Costco’s profit comes largely from membership fees. In FY2020, for instance, membership fees were about 65% of operating profit. which was actually down from 71% the year before. Essentially, Costco turns about 1% of its sales into operating profit, then tacks on membership revenue. That membership revenue is benefiting from customers acquired last year. Most are going to stick around for the long haul. The boost here isn’t like that of, say, a grocery store, whose sales will return to pre-pandemic levels as normalcy returns. Remember also that membership revenue is part of why COST stock is expensive – and has been for years. Yes, this is a fantastically well-run company. But the model’s reliance on membership fees creates faster growth as well. An extra dollar in membership fees drops to the operating profit line at huge margins. And so Costco can grow earnings faster than most any other brick-and-mortar retailer.   submitted by   /u/Ill-Ad-3603 [link]   [comments]
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  18. Costco Stock Is an Easy Buy on the Dip COST stock is one of the best in the market – and it's now on sale (02/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Costco Stock Is an Easy Buy on the Dip COST stock is one of the best in the market – and it's now on sale COST stock has declined over 9% so far in 2021. It’s down 12% from late November highs. But for a name like Costco, a 12% move is rather significant. It’s not just significant – it’s a buying opportunity. Costco did take a modest hit during the pandemic, in part due to store closures. For instance, in April same-store sales excluding gasoline and foreign currency effects were flat. That’s a huge disappointment by Costco’s high standards. But as stores reopened, Costco immediately got back on track. In June, for instance, same-store sales rose 14% on the same basis. For the third quarter (ending May 10), Costco drove 4.8% same-store growth. In Q4, the figure accelerated to better than 11%. Growth in December and January averaged better than 8%. There’s not much in the numbers to suggest anything has changed. The pandemic caused a bit of volatility, yes, but Costco still grew adjusted same-store sales 9% in FY2020 and 6% the year before. As far as e-commerce goes, the pandemic has given Costco a chance to build out its own business. E-commerce revenue grew 50% in FY2020 and climbed another 18% through the first 22 weeks of FY2021. Remember that Costco’s profit comes largely from membership fees. In FY2020, for instance, membership fees were about 65% of operating profit. which was actually down from 71% the year before. Essentially, Costco turns about 1% of its sales into operating profit, then tacks on membership revenue. That membership revenue is benefiting from customers acquired last year. Most are going to stick around for the long haul. The boost here isn’t like that of, say, a grocery store, whose sales will return to pre-pandemic levels as normalcy returns. Remember also that membership revenue is part of why COST stock is expensive – and has been for years. Yes, this is a fantastically well-run company. But the model’s reliance on membership fees creates faster growth as well. An extra dollar in membership fees drops to the operating profit line at huge margins. And so Costco can grow earnings faster than most any other brick-and-mortar retailer.   submitted by   /u/DangerStranger138 [link]   [comments]
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  19. Futures Movers: Oil prices edge lower on COVID worries, concerns over China imports (26/07/2021 - Market Watch)
    Oil futures edge lower Monday, with weakness tied to concerns over the spread of the delta variant of the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 and reports of a crackdown by China on crude importers.
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  20. : Yum China stock drops as widespread delta variant hurts sales (14/09/2021 - Market Watch)

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  21. Oil drops on China fuel demand concerns as Delta coronavirus surges (11/08/2021 - Investing.com)

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  22. Tesla Falls 7% On Plans To Halt Expansion In China, ARK Innovation Drops Too (11/05/2021 - Investing.com)

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  23. IPO Report: Chinese ride-hailing company Didi files for IPO with something U.S. rivals haven’t offered: profit (10/06/2021 - Market Watch)
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  24. IPO Report: Chinese ride-hailing company Didi files for IPO with something U.S. rivals haven’t offered: profit (10/06/2021 - Market Watch)
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  25. Analysis-Tesla's plans for batteries, China scrutinized as Musk drops features (26/07/2021 - Investing.com)

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  26. How to deal with stress when your profit is slowly going down from an enjoyable sum to 0? (10/05/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I made a decent sum this year (30k) by gambling on Gamestop through stupid luck. However, since selling in January my profit has dropped to around 14k, mainly from still holding tech stocks that are all in the red: BB, Corsair, Coinbase, Apple, and CDPR. Thankfully I do have an SP500 ETF, but it's only 1/5 of my entire portfolio. Now I'm still happy with being up 14k, but I'm watching this number go lower and lower each day and I'm worried that it's eventually going to go down to 0 or into the red. Before I wasn't too concerned with the falling price when my profit was in the 20s, but as it's getting closer to single-digit thousands I'm feeling uneasy that I'll lose everything that I ended up earning with these other stocks. How dumb would it be to cash out and just accept the lower profits? Should I just delete the app for a year and throw the rest of my cash into an SP500 ETF?   submitted by   /u/bartmasta [link]   [comments]
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  27. Stock price drops: is it better to cost average down or open a new position with your other broker? (17/08/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I have two brokerage accounts that I use for trading. A lot of the stocks I own in my fidelity account have been dropping, and I’m not sure if it’s better to buy the dip and bring my average cost down, or to open to a completely new position in my WeBull account so my average is even lower and I can trade it for a quick profit once the shares recover. Perhaps both?   submitted by   /u/run_am0k [link]   [comments]
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  28. II-VI drops 5% after quarterly beat with downside profit guidance (10/08/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  29. IndusInd net soars 190% on healthy interest income, lower provisioning (30/04/2021 - Financial Express)
    The lender's operating profit increased 8% y-o-y to Rs 3,062 crore as the net interest income (NII) grew 9.4% y-o-y to Rs 3,535 crore.
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  30. There is more to risk other than China Risk. (04/08/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Most people on this sub is funny as hell. When it comes to China, they fully understood that there are risk of CCP fucking their position to the point of overstatement. Still, political and regular risk do exist, and it is palpable in China more than anywhere else. But country risk are not the only risk there is. If you can imagine downside risk of your investment, don't just stop at China risk. The other kind of risk that everyone right now intentionally turns a blind eye on is valuation risk. I am not talking about GOOG with 27x P/E and growing 69% last quarter. Valuation of FAAMG in general is still fine, between slightly undervalued to slightly overvalued. So, i am not suggesting you to dump all your shares and saying that crash is imminent. But my point is, there are a lot of shit company with sky high valuation as if they are the next AMZN or FB. Good product, service or company doesn't mean they are a buy at any prices. Valuation risk do exist and when you buy company at sky-high valuation, in order for you to reap profit, then : The company has to execute their operation flawlessly (to justify market expectation, reflected on the premium price) Hoping that there is no multiples compression. Doing extensive DD can probably lead you to gain more "alpha" on 1), but 2) in my experiences is random as fuck. Story/narrative can change overnight without a slightest hint. Don't let yourself needlessly exposed to such risk. TLDR : If China risk is "known unknown", then valuation risk to most people are "unknown unknown". Both can fuck you, but when you bought china stock, at least you know you are going to get fucked and so can prepare accordingly, not so with valuation risk.   submitted by   /u/wilstreak [link]   [comments]
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  31. Hot Stocks: EV sector drops on China worries; UHS hits new high; LW falls on cost concerns (28/07/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  32. Canara Bank returns to profit on higher interest income, lower provisions (18/05/2021 - Financial Express)
    The bottom-line also got support from lower provisioning for stressed assets. Provisions declined 47% y-o-y to Rs 4,692 crore, but remained flat sequentially. Overall, the net profit for the whole financial year (FY21) stood at Rs 2,557 crore, against net loss of Rs 5,838 crore for FY20.
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  33. Chevron profit drops on weaker refining margins, storm hit (30/04/2021 - Investing.com)

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  34. Aviat Networks drops 3% after beating revenue, profit expectations (25/08/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  35. Paysafe stock drops 13% as lower end of 2021 EBITDA guidance trails consensus (11/05/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  36. China Online Education Group (COE) Q4 2020 Earnings Call (08/03/2021 - AlphaStreet)
    China Online Education Group (NYSE: COE) Q4 2020 earnings call dated Mar. 05, 2021 Corporate Participants: Judy Piao — Head, Investor Relations Jack Jiajia Huang — Founder, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Min Xu — Chief Financial Officer Liming Zhang — Co-Founder, Chief Operating Officer Analysts: Vincent Yu — Needham & Company — Analyst Fawne Jiang — The Benchmark Company — Analyst _________ To read the full earnings call transcript, click here The post China Online Education Group (COE) Q4 2020 Earnings Call first appeared on AlphaStreet.
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  37. ‘Buy’ on RIL; company to gain from lower leverage (27/03/2021 - Financial Express)
    Aramco’s IPO prospectus mentioned it's focus its downstream investments in high growth economies of China, India and Southeast Asia.
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  38. : Biden warns U.S. businesses about operating in Hong Kong as China tightens grip (16/07/2021 - Market Watch)
    The Biden administration on Friday warned U.S. businesses about the risks of operating in Hong Kong, as China tightens its grip on the city.
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  39. The Conversation: COVID-19 is causing yet another shipping bottleneck in China, driving container rates through the roof (18/08/2021 - Market Watch)
    China has eight of the 10 busiest ports in world, and they are operating well below capacity because of COVID restrictions.
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  40. What do you think will happen to a Food Production company's stock price pre and during the US-China war? (17/04/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Historically, before 1940 it increase moderately, but during 1940 - 1945 the Wheat, Beef commodities went up by 50% (capped during the war). And because of the inflation it went up again between 1945 - 1948. ​ It is based on a research journal Selected Commodity Prices before and after the Second World War | Download Scientific Diagram (researchgate.net) . ​ ============= Below this is an opinion due to the 560 minimum words post. I did not intend to write opinion. ​ But today's war will not be like in the 1940s. Either we nuke each other or we strangle each other's economy. In other words, commodities shortage. I prefer the latter. So here I am, questioning redditors which you are going to bet pre and during the US-China war. ​ Alright, so wheat is a basic commodities to create instant noodles, bread, porridge, cereal. While beef is well you know, a source of protein. Asians eat noodles regularly, Italian eat pasta as well. It's an essential ingredients to create food. Alright, essentials do not mean it has no substitute but supply and demand does not change easily, at least the demand part. So for a time, when the supply drops, the demand will cause a price hike. I am not sure whether this will be good for a noodle company or any company which rely on Wheat. ​ ​ What do you think will happen to a Food Production company's stock price pre and during the US-China war?   submitted by   /u/kidfromtheast [link]   [comments]
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  41. BON China's first natural ingredient stock landed on Nasdaq, rose more than 60% in a week, and there is still room for a three-fold increase. (06/07/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    (Source: China’s mainstream financial and economic media.) BON. According to the company's (BON) report on page 27 of the US Securities Regulatory Commission's FWP document (the screenshot below) on June 11, the company's average price-earnings ratio of comparable companies in the US is 42.2 times. This means that BON's share price should be 24.48 US dollars based on the US industry P/E ratio [0.58 (2020 fiscal year net profit per share) x 42.2 (industry P/E ratio) = 24.48 US dollars]. Therefore, it is not difficult to understand that according to people familiar with the matter, the company's (BON) IPO issuance has exceeded the oversubscription of more than three times, and it is sought after by value investors in the United States.   submitted by   /u/super12333 [link]   [comments]
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  42. Lockdown set to hit Bajaj Finance’s FY22 AUM growth (08/06/2021 - Financial Express)
    The company said it has taken several measures to reduce its operating expenses and cost of funds to partially mitigate the financial impact of lower AUM growth.
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  43. Hot Stocks: SBUX drops on China, IRNT rises on earnings; TYRA jumps in debut; GREE plunges; SOFI gets Buy rating (15/09/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  44. Thoughts on $INMD (05/08/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I’ve been looking into inmode which is a Israeli based aesthetic surgery company. Looks like the company has some really nice growth, margins (gross, operating and profit.), strong balance sheet, in a industry set to grow at a 10.9% cagr over the next 5 years. I haven’t seen inmd get a lot of attention so I wanted to see what if anyone owns it or has any thoughts.   submitted by   /u/NikTebow [link]   [comments]
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  45. The Royal Mail share price is still climbing. Is it too late to buy? (26/05/2021 - The Motley Fool UK)
    Royal Mail Group (LSE: RMG) is one of the top stock market success stories of the pandemic. Since the wider stock market crash kicked off in February 2020, the Royal Mail share price has more than trebled. That includes its latest boost, with news the company is poised to enter the FTSE 100. Even if we just look at the share price so far in 2021, we see a 75% climb. It really looks like the firm has won back the hearts of investors. But is it too late to profit from the resurgence? Well, looking at share prices over short periods can be deceptive. And I find it sobering to think that Royal Mail shares are still lower than at their peak in 2018. Oh, and they’re still below an early post-flotation high in January 2014 too. What makes the recent gains look so good is the truly woeful performance of the Royal Mail share price from 2018 to the depths of 2020. From high to low, the shares shed a whopping 80% of their value. It came as the company struggled with increasing competition, and industrial relations with its highly unionised workforce. Still, the shift towards parcels as the key profit generator is turning things round. Profits doubled For the year to 28 March, revenue climbed by 17%, and adjusted operating profit soared by 116%. Cashflow was stronger too, up 37%. And that’s helped address one my my least favourite aspects of any company’s accounts, debt. RM’s net debt fell from just over £1.1bn at March 2020, to £457m. That’s well below the year’s operating profit, and of no concern to me at all. Incidentally, since the day of the results, the Royal Mail share price is up 13%, so the figures went down well. Chief executive Simon Thompson pointed out that it was a year of “remarkable change” at Royal Mail, and he’s certainly right there. He added: “We have learnt that we can deliver results and change at lightning pace when we are united by a common purpose.” And when a pandemic drops an increase in business in your laps. We mustn’t forget that part. Royal Mail share price valuation What are the risks of buying now? How much of this year’s bumper results was down to truly fundamental improvements? And how much was a one-off due to the pandemic? There are clearly contributions from both. And I do think we’re looking at positive long-term change here. But, at this point, I can’t quantify the answers. Crucial to any decision, what has happened to the Royal Mail share price valuation? On today’s share price, the latest figures give us a trailing P/E of approximately 9.5. That sounds cheap, but what about dividends? Well, the outlook seems promising. Royal Mail is paying a one-off 10p final dividend for 2020-21, and has 20p per share marked down for 2021-22. That’s a yield of approximately 3.4%, and not a bad start. Despite this apparently attractive valuation, I’m going to hold off. The competition is still there and growing, and Royal Mail is lagging a little in technology. I feel we could still see a volatile Royal Mail share price over the next few years. FREE REPORT: Why this £5 stock could be set to surge Are you on the lookout for UK growth stocks? If so, get this FREE no-strings report now. While it’s available: you’ll discover what we think is a top growth stock for the decade ahead. And the performance of this company really is stunning. In 2019, it returned £150million to shareholders through buybacks and dividends. We believe its financial position is about as solid as anything we’ve seen. Since 2016, annual revenues increased 31% In March 2020, one of its senior directors LOADED UP on 25,000 shares – a position worth £90,259 Operating cash flow is up 47%. (Even its operating margins are rising every year!) Quite simply, we believe it’s a fantastic Foolish growth pick. What’s more, it deserves your attention today. So please don’t wait another moment. Get the full details on this £5 stock now – while your report is free. More reading Is it too late to buy Royal Mail shares? Should I buy Royal Mail shares after its profits surge? Royal Mail’s share price drops as guidance withheld, parcels slow I’d buy Royal Mail shares for a Stocks and Shares ISA The Royal Mail share price has climbed 50% in 2021. Is there more to come? Alan Oscroft has no position in any of the shares mentioned. The Motley Fool UK has no position in any of the shares mentioned. Views expressed on the companies mentioned in this article are those of the writer and therefore may differ from the official recommendations we make in our subscription services such as Share Advisor, Hidden Winners and Pro. Here at The Motley Fool we believe that considering a diverse range of insights makes us better investors. The post The Royal Mail share price is still climbing. Is it too late to buy? appeared first on The Motley Fool UK.
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  46. China Automotive Systems stock drops with Q4 net loss exaggerated on one-time credit loss (30/03/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  47. With China Stocks Now Reaching Near Low Pandemic Levels, What's the Bullish and Bearish Arguments From Here? (17/08/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Many China Stocks have now plummeted, some to levels lower than even during last year's March 2020 crash. Baba now in straight decline for almost a year now, reaching below $180, which we haven't seen levels since last year's crash. There seems to be a lot of mix 50/50 sentiment on its future, no dominant opinion at this time, looking for ideas on what everyone's bearish and/or bullish argument is. One I personally have for bearish is the continuation and conflict distrust with China's government. One I have for bullish is that it's already been in decline, and to most people's eyes would prob be insane to think it can drop anymore from here, and that in valuation, it's prob already heavily discounted from its highs. Feel free to set reminders, but it'd really be something if Baba can go any lower than $160, given it's already around $180, for a large cap stock like Baba, and being at core, one of the most important and largest companies to China. Any thoughts or opinions for both sides?   submitted by   /u/LifeInAction [link]   [comments]
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  48. Deepak Fertilisers profit jumps 415% in Q4 (29/05/2021 - Financial Express)
    Global specialty chemical value chains were moving from China to India, boosting nitric acid demand and prices in India, the company said.
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  49. $TSM what happens if China takes over Taiwan (03/05/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    A modestly in this for the Long Haul think it's a great company their product is in the hottest demand in the world I been hearing news about China flying jets over Taiwan and stuff like that and have vocalized that they want to take back Taiwan into Chinese Authority but what happened to this Taiwan company if China did take over Taiwan. Would this still be the same company but it becomes state-owned would then all my money disappear I'm sure that's not going to happen and I'm sure they will be international law that prevents it and could hinder it but hypothetically what would happen if it did filler trying to get to enough characters that my post won't be removed for being too short although asking if someone should sell 5% of gains on a cryptocurrency after a week is perfectly okay   submitted by   /u/RajeAllDay [link]   [comments]
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