Currently I do own shares of Apple Inc. I own it through an ETF (VFV) as well as some mutual funds. I am looking to add to my exposure to the company in the next little while. Even though this is not the only form of analysis that I do, it is one level that I like to analyze before I purchase a stock.
In the article below, I have calculated the WACC, Cost of Debt and Cost of Equity.
Continue reading Apple Inc: Fundamental Analysis WACC, Cost of Debt and Cost of Equity $AAPL
In the article below I have assessed Telus Corporations’ (T.TO) (TU.NYSE) Cost of debt, WACC, CAPM and Current Valuation.
About Telus Corp.
“TELUS Corporation (TELUS), incorporated on October 26, 1998, is a telecommunications company. The Company provides a range of telecommunications services and products, including wireless and wireline voice and data. Its data services include Internet protocol, television (TV), hosting, managed information technology and cloud-based services, and certain healthcare solutions. The Company operates through two business segments: Wireless segment and
Continue reading Telus Corp. Cost of Debt, CAPM, WACC and Valuation $TU, $T.TO
Currently, in seeking more exposure to the Telecom industry, BCE (TSE:BCE) has caught my eye. There are many positive attributes that BCE has to offer the investor. With an attractive yield of 4.6% supported by strong fundamentals and increasing free cash the company has garnered some personal interest.
BCE Inc is a communications company, providing residential, business and wholesale customers with a solutions for all their communications needs. It has three business segments: Bell Wireline, Bell Wireless and Bell Media.
Continue reading Assessing Canadian Telecom Exposure, $BCE is worth a look
It is estimated that by 2020, the number of internet users will reach close to 5 billion. As of late June 2014, according to Internet Live Stats, the amount of internet users has almost reached a total of 3 billion. This compares with 1.7 billion users in 2010 and only ~400 million in the year 2000.
As a dominant player in this sector, Google, Inc. (GOOG) (GOOGL) is poised to capitalize on this growth.
So, how does Google generate its
Continue reading Google: Troubles Ahead? $GOOG $GOOGL $AAPL $MSFT
Over the past couple of years Apple’s (AAPL) stock been on a roller coaster. Since reaching its all time high of just over $100.00 (adjusted for the recent 7 to 1 stock split) in September of 2012, the stock price sold off rather sharply in 2013, hitting lows around the $60.00 level. Since April 2013, Apple’s shares have begun a rebound and are now back around $93.00. So what’s next? Are we on our way back to $100+ or back
Continue reading Apple: Free Cash And The Wearables Market To Drive Shareholder Value $AAPL