Is Goodyear a Value Investment?

The value case for Goodyear is simple. The automobiles of the future will need tires whether they run on diesel fuel, gasoline, or electricity. Furthermore, autonomous vehicles will still need tires.

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Is GM Doomed to Oblivion?

General Motors needs to upgrade its pickup trucks to survive and make money in today’s auto market. In particular, GM needs to find new ways to market its pickups to average Americans.

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TJX Shrinks and Makes More Money at the Same Time

Hence, American shopping is moving online. That threatens TJX (NYSE: TJX) which operates old-fashioned department stores.

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Ford Faces Cash Doubts and Tesla Cybertruck

Thus, Tesla is not generating large amounts of cash but Ford is. However, Ford is stuck with a money-losing legacy business that eats up a lot of its cash.

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Wayfair is Losing Money

Moreover, Wayfair is growing at a dramatic rate. Stockrow estimates Wayfair’s revenues grew by 35.17% in the quarter ending on 30 September 2019. However, that growth rate was down from 41.56% in the previous quarter.

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Can IBM Survive?

IBM could make money from the GRAF with global mapping of the atmosphere, selling better weather data, and offering better forecasts. In addition, IBM could build a worldwide open-sourced marketplace for weather data with GRAF.

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Is Delta Airlines Making Money?

Thus, airlines have a sort of toll booth on long-distance travel in North America. Hence, U.S. airlines fit into Warren Buffett’s toll booth investment strategy. To elaborate, Buffett likes to buy companies with large economic moats, VintageInvesting notes at Value Walk.

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Is Alibaba Making Money?

I think Alibaba is the better growth stock because of its faster rate of growth and lower price. However, Amazon could be safer because the Everything Store is based in a country with more stability.

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