Femsa (NYSE:FMX) has been very aggressive entering into the fuel station business by buying several stations all around the country. The main reasons disclosed for this are:
High growth potential Great return on assets High profitability
Even though those are excellent reasons to enter a market, I believe those are not the real motivations for entering the fuel retail industry.
Cerus Corporation (CERS) is a $271 million market cap company focused on blood transfusion products. The company has viable products and anticipates it’s increasing sales of platelet products is removing some previous sales ramp uncertainty. By expanding its supply agreement with the French National Blood Service, EFS, and the American Red Cross (plus increased funding from BARDA), Cerus is....More>>>
When 3G and Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.B) got together to merge Kraft with Heinz to form Kraft Heinz (KHC), they argued that they could cut expenses to create a more efficient business. But if today’s earnings–which appeared, at least on the surface, to be pretty good–demonstrated anything, it’s that Kraft Heinz might be running out of synergies to juice....More>>>
Donald Trump is soon to become a very busy man. Building a wall, renegotiating trade deals, and trying the cast of Hamilton for treason all require significant man-hours. As a result, if he intends to make America great again, he’ll have to hand over the keys to his real estate empire to a temporary replacement. And unfortunately for the President-elect, this re-directed....More>>>
You might be wondering if David’s Tea (NASDAQ: DTEA) is good value after its epic earnings miss. Though the valuation has never been this compelling from a numbers perspective, the numbers in this case do not tell the whole story.
I last wrote about David’s Tea on March 9th, in an article titled “Is the worst over?”. The company had put the botched IPO behind....More>>>