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Functional programming is like describing your problem to a mathematician. Imperative programming is like giving instructions to an idiot.
In his 2004 annual letter, Jeff Bezzos tells us about a hypothetical teleportation business to illustrate the advantages of using free cash flow, instead of earnings, to analyze investments.
Fourth and final post in the series about Alphabet. To end the series we`ll discuss Alphabet's pricing.
Third post in the series about Alphabet. This time we'll analyze its dynamic solvency.
Second post in the series about Alphabet. Here we analyze in some detail its static solvency.
Although Alphabet's fundamentals are worthy of praise, here we will analyze why its stocks are not now a good investment.
Here we analyze the current landscape of robo-advisors, implemented based on the MPT (Modern Portfolio Theory) and indexed passive management.
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