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Entries from November 2018

Data I/O Is A Buy Here

November 14th, 2018 · No Comments

The shares still priced for a crash that still isn’t materializing. On the other hand, there is no conclusive evidence we have passed the worst of the down-cycle either. What we do know is that the company is fairing pretty well even through the down-cycle, with its accounts staying in the black. In fact, management […]

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Tags: DAIO

Ellie Mae, A Market Leader Trading At A Discount

November 14th, 2018 · No Comments

The company still manages to grow through headwinds from the mortgage markets, taking market share. The mortgage market is expected to turn in the second half of next year. Their platform enables customers to cut costs so it’s also relevant during lean times. One can buy the market leader at discounted prices right now although […]

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Tags: ELLI

AMS AG Has Been Punished Too Much

November 14th, 2018 · No Comments

The share price are off by almost two-thirds from their peak earlier in the year on disappointing growth and gross margin compression. But new design wins in the Android space should allay fears and we think the worst case scenario which is priced in isn’t going to materialize. The company is still on track on […]

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Tags: AMSSY

SHU Portfolio; Lumentum’s Business And Margin Are Exploding

November 14th, 2018 · No Comments

We think investors should take advantage of the price weakness here as the company is booming, with the boom set to continue. Telecom has joined in the boom this time with a Chinese recovery and the company can sell twice the ROADMs they sold in the quarter. Financial metrics are improving fast, with gross and […]

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Tags: LITE

The Curious Lure Of Austrian Economics In The Financial World

November 14th, 2018 · No Comments

Austrian economics favors ‘hard money’ policies that are curiously popular in the financial sector. It’s curious because hard money policies don’t seem to serve the financial sector, acting as a bit of a brake on expansion. Its predictive power in the post-financial crisis world also leaves much to be desired; investors would have done poorly […]

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Tags: Economics

FormFactor Surges

November 7th, 2018 · No Comments

Investors re-priced the shares of FormFactor in one big 30% swoop yesterday, and rightly so in our view. The company isn’t all that cyclical, although its customers are. It has considerable structural tailwinds that should still work longer term, but we don’t see much immediate upside after that 30% rally. Source: FormFactor Surges – FormFactor, […]

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Tags: FORM

Unemployment And The Markets

November 7th, 2018 · No Comments

Unemployment is at multi-decades lows and this has already got the Fed into a preemptive tightening cycle, and getting this right matters a great deal for investor returns. However, the expected wage inflation spilling over into prices and/or decreasing margins has really been unusually modest, given the tight labor market. There are those who seem […]

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Tags: Economy

Majesco Is Underfollowed And Pretty Cheap

November 7th, 2018 · No Comments

The company helps insurance companies to become more agile and it is moving its solutions to the cloud. As a result of this movement, headline revenue growth is understated and the company keeps expanding margins. It has some significant partners like IBM and significant clients like MetLife. Source: Majesco Is Underfollowed And Pretty Cheap – […]

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Tags: MJCO

The Market Is Not Done Selling

November 7th, 2018 · No Comments

The situation on the ground in Italy is deteriorating fast, with growth coming to a complete halt. The debt/GDP ratio will rise further as a result of the expansionary budget. The reason is not only growth deceleration in the eurozone. It’s the rising Italian yield triggering a credit squeeze and capital flight and the end […]

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Tags: Eurocrisis · The Markets

JD.com: Nerves Of Steel And An Iron Conviction

November 2nd, 2018 · Comments Off on JD.com: Nerves Of Steel And An Iron Conviction

Investors should continue to check whether the business outlook for the companies of which stocks one holds are not significantly deteriorating. Stocks can decline even without such substantial deterioration, as with the case of JD.com. What an investor should do in these cases? We develop a few thoughts and highlight the work of few other […]

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Tags: JD