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Valuing Starbucks with Economic Profit Models

[edit]: My original economic profit model had an error. It was overestimating future invested capital. I kept the original images of each economic profit model but added updated values below them. This also changes my conclusion about Starbucks being overvalued or not. If you only looked at the P/E ratio Starbucks (SBUX) looks expensive with […]

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What I Wish I Wrote ~ November 25, 2016

A collection of mostly investment related links that I wish I had the talent to create. The Future of Military Technology is Intense (Visual Capitalist) Is Starbuck’s (SBUX) on its way to becoming a dividend aristocrat? (Dividend Growth Investor) Notes from Warren Buffett’s meeting with MBA students at the U. Of Maryland. (ValueWalk) Joel Greenblatt […]

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What I Wish I Wrote ~ November 19, 2016

A collection of mostly investment related links that I wish I had the ability to write or create. Apple is sitting on ‘a powder keg of dramatically aging’ iPhones (Business Insider) Starbuck’s float. Starbuck’s has as much money as a midsized bank sitting in customer cards. (Huffington Post) Is Novartis about to do an acquisition […]

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What I Wish I Wrote ~ June 5, 2015

I keep coming back to this post on the state of TV as we evaluate investing in content creators, potential industry consolidation, the risks of cord cutting and changing to subscription models. The Changing – And Unchanging – Structure of TV (Stratechery) John Malone is thinking about consolidation amongst the content creators too. (WSJ) Qualcomm: […]

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