Is there a finance site for international stocks tha doesn’t suck? September 23, 2009Posted by deminvest in China stock, European Stocks, India Investing, investment, investment strategies, Italian stocks, Single stocks, stocks, Telecom Italia, Total (TOT).
Tags: China, data, dividends, exchanges, france, germany, info, international, italy, japan, markets, p/e, spain
It is surprising how stupid the Internet is sometimes. There is no way to find simple informations, like basic data for stocks traded on itnternational markets.
I don’t want much, just a place where I can find P/E ratio, dividends, debts earning growth and sales growth for companies traded all over the World.
So far there is no such website. Google finanace doesn’t give decent data outside USA. On yahoo finance you canfind something only if you start digging into places like yahoo. fr yahoo.it yahoo.es or yahoo.de, but you need some understanding of foreign languages. The real disaster is when you need data about Japaneese, Russian or Chinese comanies. Then you’re lost into ideograms with no hope of understanding. Anyway yahoo finance usually has very little data even on its internatrional portals.
The best place I found so far is msn . I could find some data on msn.es, msn.fr … and so on. At least I could spot p/e and dividends. The problem of ideograms is still there, but I don’t think there is anything better than msn available
Dogs of the Eurostoxx 2008 January 10, 2008Posted by deminvest in Defensive Stock, Deutsche Telecom, Dogs of the Eurostoxx 50, Enel, Eni, European Stocks, Fortis, investment, investment strategies, Italian stocks, NOK, nokia, Single stocks, stock I own, Telecom Italia, Tlefonica, Total (TOT), VIV.PA Vivendi.
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This is the new 10 “Dogs of the Eurostoxx” list for year 2008 (price and dividend on Jan, 9, 2008):
We can notice that half of those high yielding stocks are banks. This is the result of “subprime” turmoil on financial markets that heavily hit banks during second half of 2007. It happened in the US, but also hit European banks.
Comparing 2008 list with last year’s dogs of the Eurostoxx we notice that only
- Telecom Italia (same dividend, lover price),
- Société Générale(higher dividend, lower price),
- Deutsche Telekom (same dividend, higher price)
- and France Télécom (higher dividend, higher price)
are still in the list.
With high risks on stock markets, rates pointing down, recession fears for US Economy and US dollars sliding, it may be interesting to invest on those European large companies that should yield good cash. I will probably do so. It will take me a few months to buy them all, because I only own Telecom Italia and Deutsche Telekom so far. I will start buying Intesa San Paolo, Italy’s largest bank, which yields juicy 7.29%. (more…)
Chevron (CVX) is my easy pick for August investment. Amazingly cheaper than other oil companies like Exxon (XOM) or Total (TOT) August 30, 2006Posted by deminvest in Chevron (CVX), Exxon (XOM), investment, stock I own, stocks, Total (TOT).
We proletarian investors do not have chances to get first hand information about stocks, but we can read numbers. When I see lovely bargain numbers in a healthy company that I understand well like Chevron I buy.
CVS has P/E: 9.06, forward P/E: 8.37.
Now compare it to XOM: P/E:10.86 forward P/E:10.90. CVX is much cheaper and also expected to grow. CVS has also better P/E ratios than TOT.