WeWork Valuation Not Working For Investors

WeWork Valuation Not Working For Investors

Office-sharing startup WeWork, owned by The We Company, and SoftBank Group, are pressing ahead with plans to go public in spite of lukewarm interest for shares which many claim are overvalued. In January 2018, The We Company (which has a really sick website) raised money at a $47 billion valuation. Then reality struck. Institutional investors responsible for purchasing shares before the IPO have balked at […]

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Starbucks: More Than A Coffee Shop

Starbucks: More Than A Coffee Shop

This month Starbucks (SBUX) celebrated the 40th anniversary since Howard Schulz started with a packed coffee store in Seattle. That coffee store has since grown into a manifestation of the American Dream. Howard Schulz is now running for the Presidency with thousands of coffee stores across the globe. The company exceeded revenues of $10.7 billion last year. They have 16,850 Starbucks in 40 countries. They […]

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The Big Four: Dominating The Stock Market

The Big Four: Dominating The Stock Market

As of last week, the Big Four (Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google) have a combined market cap of $3.2 TRILLION which represents over 15% of the $20 trillion US economy. In 1997, shares of Amazon (AMZN) & Apple (AAPL) traded below $2 per share. Facebook (FB) & Google (GOOGL) hadn’t even been started. It was the dawn of the Internet Era. The following year, Google […]

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