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Totally overrated

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  1. Totally overrated

    Author: blbm9 07.05.21 - 10:38

    A value close to 0 is much more suitable.
    Besides ... they don't know about stock splits?

  2. Re: Totally overrated

    Author: Emulex 07.05.21 - 10:43

    blbm9 wrote:
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    > A value close to 0 is much more suitable.

    Can you justify that

    > Besides ... they don't know about stock splits?

    Nah, but there is a Berkshire B that costs just under $ 300.

  3. Re: Totally overrated

    Author: TheUnichi 07.05.21 - 13:49

    Emulex wrote:
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    > Can you justify that?

    It just doesn't really work out that a share of the company is worth more than what most of the people present here will earn in 10 years.

    But of course, the reason is primarily "rich people bad".

    It is disproportionate. For the most part, those present are definitely working harder.

  4. Re: Totally overrated

    Author: _4ubi_ 07.05.21 - 13:52

    Häääää?
    What does a person's earnings have to do with the value of a single share in a company?

  5. Re: Totally overrated

    Author: master_slave_configuration 07.05.21 - 13:53

    Your reasoning sounds completely incoherent, the value of a stock has nothing to do with your income.

  6. Re: Totally overrated

    Author: Carl Ranseier 07.05.21 - 13:59

    blbm9 wrote:
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    > A value close to 0 is much more suitable.
    > Besides ... they don't know about stock splits?

    The company was founded in the 50s, currently generates a little over 40 billion annually (profit) and of the Class A Stock there are only 776,000 units that have never been split.

    Of course, the stock is worth what is called for it.

  7. Re: Totally overrated

    Author: dobeldo 07.05.21 - 14:22

    TheUnichi wrote:
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    > Emulex wrote:
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    >> Can you justify that?
    >
    > It just doesn't really pull a share in the company
    > is worth more than most of the people here in 10 years
    > earn.
    >
    > Of course, the reason is primarily "rich people bad".
    >
    > It is disproportionate. Most of the people present here work
    > definitely harder.

    You know that companies don't always have the same number of shares?

  8. Re: Totally overrated

    Author: jkow 07.05.21 - 14:33

    TheUnichi wrote:
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    > It is disproportionate. Most of the people present here work
    > definitely harder.

    Harder than who? And how is "working hard" defined? Would you knock harder on the keyboard? :-D

  9. Re: Totally overrated

    Author: notuf 07.05.21 - 14:46

    Carl Ranseier wrote:
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    > blbm9 wrote:
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    >> A value close to 0 is much more suitable.
    >> Besides ... they don't know about stock splits?
    >
    > The company was founded in the 50s and is currently generating something
    > Over 40 billion annually (profit) and from the Class A stock there is only
    > 776,000 pieces that were never split.
    >
    > Of course, the share is worth what is called for it.

    And what exactly does the company produce? "Financial products"? So overrated.

  10. Re: Totally overrated

    Author: friespeace 07.05.21 - 14:57

    TheUnichi wrote:
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    > Emulex wrote:
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    >> Can you justify that?
    >
    > It just doesn't really pull a share in the company
    > is worth more than most of the people here in 10 years
    > earn.
    >
    > Of course, the reason is primarily "rich people bad".
    >
    > It is disproportionate. Most of the people present here work
    > definitely harder.

    ten years? I hope not. More like 3-4 years. And why is that disproportionate?
    By the way, those present here are almost certainly working dramatically less hard than Warren Buffet did and may even still do now.

  11. Re: Totally overrated

    Author: dobeldo 07.05.21 - 15:02

    notuf wrote:
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    > And what exactly does the company produce? "Financial products"? So overrated.

    It's an investment company.

  12. Re: Totally overrated

    Author: Carl Ranseier 07.05.21 - 15:08

    dobeldo wrote:
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    > notuf wrote:
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    >> And what exactly does the company produce? "Financial products"? So overrated.
    >
    > It is an investment company.


    Let it be. He doesn't understand anything about the subject.

  13. Re: Totally overrated

    Author: notuf 07.05.21 - 18:01

    Carl Ranseier wrote:
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    > dobeldo wrote:
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    > -----
    >> notuf wrote:
    > >
    > ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
    >
    > > -----
    >>> And what exactly does the company produce? "Financial products"? So
    > overrated.
    > >
    >> It is an investment company.
    >
    > Let it be. He doesn't understand anything about the subject.

    But now you've shown me!

  14. Re: Totally overrated

    Author: Dystopinator 07.05.21 - 21:28

    Basic knowledge
    The physical work

    Key facts at a glance:

    * The amount of work W done corresponds to the amount ΔE by which the energy of a system changes during a process.

    * In general, the following applies in mechanics to the work W = after-before.

    * If a constant force with the amount Fs acts along a path s, the work W = Fs⋅s is done.

    * Important types of work are: lifting work, acceleration work, clamping work and friction work.

    https://www.leifiphysik.de/mechanik/arbeit-energie-und-leistungs/grundwissen/die-physikalische-arbeit

  15. Re: Totally overrated

    Author: NaruHina 07.05.21 - 21:33

    the short form
    warner invests in small, emerging companies that he thinks are good.
    -> without the money of this investor, they would never achieve what they are and / or would not be where they are today without the expertise of this investor.

  16. Re: Totally overrated

    Author: Dystopinator 07.05.21 - 22:00

    Anyone who needs an investor to implement their own ideas no longer has their own ideas.



    Edited 1 times, last on 07.05.21 22:01 by Dystopinator.

  17. Re: Totally overrated

    Author: theFiend 07.05.21 - 22:20

    In the meantime I have the feeling that, in addition to the right trolls with simple reflexes, left trolls with simple reflexes have moved in here ...

  18. Re: Totally overrated

    Author: notuf 08.05.21 - 07:23

    theFiend wrote:
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    > Meanwhile the feeling creeps up on me, next to the right trolls
    > Simple reflexes as well as left trolls with simple reflexes moved in here
    > are ...

    And what are you then after this post? Troll the middle?

  19. Re: Totally overrated

    Author: PCQ 08.05.21 - 08:21

    Put quite simply, the value of a share is calculated from buy and sell orders (supply and demand). So actually not the exact value of a company if you "put everything together" (although it is also difficult to do something like that) but rather supply and demand, which in turn also have psychological components.
    But that has nothing to do with this article.

  20. Re: Totally overrated

    Author: kevla 08.05.21 - 10:55

    NaruHina wrote:
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    > the short form
    > Warner invests in emerging small businesses that he is good at
    > is located.
    > -> Without the money of this investor, they would never achieve what they are
    > Achieve and / or wouldn't be where without the expertise of this investor
    > they are today.

    Exactly reversed. Buffett is a value investor. He invests primarily in large, "boring" quality stocks on a fundamental basis, which he believes are undervalued despite their size. Its largest position has been Apple for several years. He also holds large positions in Coca Cola, Kraft Heinz, American Express, etc. But since he has hardly found any such companies for several years, Berkshire is currently sitting on around 150 billion dollars in cash. Last year he totally miscalculated because he sold all of the airline shares, which then did very well over the course of the year -> 50 billion loss.

    edit: Buffet -> Buffett



    Edited 1 times, last on 08.05.21 11:07 by kevla.

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