8 interesting Spanish Stocks

2012-12-22 14:01 -  , Value Investing

To enlarge my circle of competence, for me it proofed to be valuable to go through a list of stocks in a country from A to Z.
I already did this with Portugese stocks and Greek stocks and of course with German stocks several times, as they are my home hunting ground.

To continue this, I proceeded with Spanish stocks recently.

22 Things you could do, to become a better investor

2012-08-27 07:08 -  , Value Investing

How can I become a better investor? I think all of us think about that sometimes. First I must admit: I have no definitive answer to this question. But I thought about this quite often myself. Today I will share some ideas with you, that could make you a better investor. These ideas may only be small things. But I hope they deliver some good ideas.

4 mistakes when valuing companies with large cash holdings - and how to avoid them

2012-08-20 06:52 -  , Value Investing

Valuation of Cash Holdings

There exist various companies, that hold sizeable amounts of cash. I am sure you have at least some examples in your mind soon.

How to value those companies?

11 Interesting Greek Stocks

2012-08-13 09:12 -  , Value Investing

Interesting Greek Stocks

Undervalued stocks can often be found, where no reasonable person would believe it. What seems quite obvious in this regard? Right, Greece! Who would invest in Greek stocks at these times? Could Greek stocks be an interesting investment?

Ibersol - the key question for valuation

2012-08-06 08:18 -  , Value Investing

In the “last article on Ibersol”: , a restaurant operator from Portugal, I concuded that Ibersol is a stable company with a historic profitability slightly above average and a not too complicated business. So lets now try to answer the question, what price we would be comfortable to pay for Ibersol, to see if it is a profitable investment.

Ibersol - a profitable Portugese Restaurant Operator

2012-07-30 08:00 -  , Value Investing

After going trough a list of portugese stocks and identifying some interesting candidates, I now looked a bit closer at the first candidate: Ibersol.

Value, Contrarian and Turnaround Investing - where to draw the line?

2012-07-23 07:40 -  , Value Investing

Value Investor, Contrarian Investor and Turnaround Investor

A Reader of my german blog posted a comment some time ago.

Where do you draw the line between Value, Contrarian and Turnaround Investing?

Today I will try to give an answer to this question.

7 Portugese Stocks, that may be worth looking at

2012-07-16 06:10 -  , Value Investing


I focused on german stocks for a long time. But as I am more and more at the point, where I looked at almost everything, that could be interesting, I have to expand my circle of competence.

What seems more rewarding, than searching in some depressed countries in southern europe? Portugal is one of them.

Can a negative Return on Invested Capital (ROIC) be a good thing?

2012-07-09 07:38 -  , Value Investing

Can a negative ROIC be a good thing?

Can a negative Return in Invested Capital (ROIC) be a good thing? This question is asked on NeatValue.com, an Indian Value-Blog. Here is the article.

The Return on Invested Capital (ROIC) is calculated as follows:

4 ways to find undervalued stocks - which one is best?

2012-07-07 08:38 -  , Value Investing

How to find undervalued stocks?

How to find undervalued stocks? In my home country germany there are more than 1000 individual stocks you can buy. Internationally, the choice is nearly infinite. How can you manage it, to find the best and the cheapest stocks out of this huge number of possibilities?
Let’s look at some possible ways, to find undervalued stocks, together with their pros and cons.

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