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Emerging Market Subsidiaries – A Better Investment Than the Parent Company?

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Many European and American multi-nationals have publicly listed subsidiaries locating in emerging markets. A 2018 survey by McKinsey found that 25% of the 438 businesses in Africa with over $1 billion in sales were subsidiary companies of foreign multi-nationals. Some of these subsidiaries are...

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Emerging Market Subsidiaries – A Better Investment Than the Parent Company?

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Many European and American multi-nationals have publicly listed subsidiaries locating in emerging markets. A 2018 survey by McKinsey found that 25% of the 438...

Brickworks Half Year Update

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With the risk of this website becoming a website solely focussed on Brickworks (I swear I write about other companies) I thought I would...

Australian Dividend Aristocrats on the ASX

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Australian companies have a history of being some of the best dividend payers in the world in part due to the Australian Government’s dividend...

Can Brickworks Succeed in the North American Brick Market?

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In April 2019 I wrote an article analysing Brickworks foray into the North American brick industry when they purchased Glen-Gery. I have since done...

Haw Par Corporation: A Singaporean Berkshire Hathaway – Stock Analysis

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Disclaimer: This article does not recommend to buy, hold or sell Haw Par Corporation. You must seek appropriate financial advice before acting on any...

The WAAAX Stocks Are Extremely Overvalued

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The WAAAX stocks, consisting of Wisetech (ASX: WTC), Appen (ASX: APX), Altium (ASX: ALU), Afterpay  (ASX: APT) and Xero (ASX: XRO) are extremely popular...