“One tiny drop changes everything.” That was the tagline for the now-defunct health-tech firm that claimed to have revolutionized blood testing – testing for over 200 diseases and viruses using a single fingerprick of blood.
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Over the last couple of months, I have been trying to study the methods in identifying stocks that go on to become big winners in their industry.
**Part 3 is meant to be an informal assessment of NFLX based on observations and through discussions with people, without precise financial data.
**Part 1 is meant to be an informal assessment of NFLX based on observations and through discussions with people, without precise statistical data.
In my time doing stock research and analysis (albeit a relatively short time I have to admit – as compared to other analysts), I’ve come to realize that “culture” has been heavily downplayed in favor of more tangible metrics such as ROIC or debt levels.
I’ve been writing a number of articles on cryptocurrencies and Bitcoin since July this year when it was still at 8000 -9000-ish.
A couple of days ago, I was screening for potential stocks to add to my shopping list when I chanced across Red Hat (NYSE: RHT).