Prologue In the semiconductors industry we are frequently watching old known producers facing increasing pressure. This is very recurrent, mainly, due to the characteristics inherent to the industry. The fact that the industry does not demand a prohibitive amount of capital for entry purposes makes it very attractive for newcomers. If we add a short… Read More Intel: A Solid Company
It is time to properly introduce my latest book release entitled “Who wants to be a pensioner?” When I wrote this book, I had in mind the individuals curious about the stock market, with potential interest in investing. The main idea, behind the book, is that an investor might be interested in a do it… Read More Who wants to be a pensioner?
Ireland just emitted €3,75 Billion of brand new 10 years Debt at 3.6%. In my opinion this is a big success, which will spill over to Greece and Portugal, therefore, symbolically ending the Euro debt crisis. Sooner or later, this will have a positive impact in the valuations of several European banks, supporting a long term… Read More The Irish Success
Introduction I see tremendous value in the Santander Bank stock. My view is that the banking related assets, in the Eurozone, are depressed and a few well chosen banks could be worth a lot more in the future. Usually, banks are overpriced stocks that offer limited potential returns during normal times. Now, at the end… Read More Santander: Why This Is One Of The Best Banks To Buy