The Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F) is a large cap US stock that appears on my stock market investing watch list and has for some time. The 113 year old Detroit automaker's recent woes have been well documented and can be traced to their bail out by the US government in 2009 to the tune of $5.9 billion which was to be paid off by June 15 2022. Except it was not a … [Read more...] about The Ford Motor Company, Donald Trump And Large-Cap Stock Market Investing
Warren Buffett seldom gives advice and he never tries to predict the stock market. So today's post shares a rare moment where Warren Buffett simply tells it like it is: how to make money from the stock market in a simple, straightforward fashion and especially if you are new to investing or short of time: https://youtu.be/yk94tI_2QOY Here's a transcript: The average … [Read more...] about Warren Buffett’s Stock Market Investment Advice
In a series of posts that sprang from Warren Buffett's latest 13F filing I have responded to two questions on social media regarding the improved fortunes of Southwest Airlines (NYSE: LUV): @djthomas would be interesting to post your GM% improvement for LUV against oil prices to see how much correlation there is. Bet it's a lot. — Peter Harris (@2peterharris) March 20, … [Read more...] about Southwest Airlines (NYSE: LUV) Gross Margin % v Oil Price: Is There A Correlation?
In a post called As Warren Buffett Dumps Retailers And Loads Up On Airlines I took a fleeting look at the improving economics leading to much improved ROIC of listed airlines as a possible reason why Buffett would have bought stock in an industry that he has traditionally shunned throughout his investing career. It has been well documented that low oil prices have … [Read more...] about Has New Tech Been Responsible For The Improved Profitability Of Airlines?
Walmart went. American, Delta, United and Southwest are in. The consensus among those who analyse Buffett's every move reckon it's the drop in oil prices and industry changes that have allowed airlines to generate higher returns than they have previously. In my humble opinion out of the four airlines, Southwest Airlines has shown the steadiest and most progressive … [Read more...] about As Warren Buffett Dumps Retailers And Loads Up On Airlines