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Eastman Chemical – when a picture is worth a thousand words

What is an equity, if not a participation in a cash flow stream where the yield can be determined by the prospective growth? With the correct methodology and cleaned up data, the GrowthRater does the heavy lifting for you to provide you with that perspective.   The message is simple – BUY growth when it […]

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Publicis – a growing credibility issue as another client defects

“Omnicom demonstrated superior and proven performance in the area of data analytics, planning and buying, innovation, talent and financial value”  – P&G global brand officer Marc Pritchard on last week’s announcement that it will be replacing Publicis Groupe’s Starcom Mediavest with Omnicom’s OMG for its North American media-buying, worth around $2.66bn pa.   While the […]

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Amazon through the growth prism

Amazon growthrater mean reversion Horizon analysis chart 23 July 2015

Markets often distinguish growth from value, but for an equity, growth defines value. For most stocks, this can be seen by the close relationship between the organic revenue growth being delivered by a company and the implied growth rating being discounted by the share’s operating FCF yield. A problem however arises when trying to price […]

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Google – markets chasing stories arrive late to the party

Markets love a good story. They’re so much easier to digest than actual analysis and usually provide a catalyst for action that brokers and journalists need to stimulate a transaction. Take for example Google’s Q2 results last Thursday. The results themselves were solid, but were neither significantly ahead of street estimates nor provided anything particularly […]

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