Is Twitter Making Money?

Importantly, Pew reports that Twitter users have some that advertisers will like. The average of an American Twitter user is 40, or seven years under the US median age of 47, Pew estimates. Thus the average Twitter Tweeter is in the 18 to 48 demographic American advertisers favor.

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Is Humana a Value Investment in Health Insurance?

The value investment case for health insurers is easy to make. Humana sells a product, most Americans use. Moreover, it is a product that most employers and the government are willing to finance.

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Are Alphabet and YouTube making money?

Under these circumstances, Alphabet has more in common with Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE: BRK.A) than a traditional tech company. Like Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE: BRK.B) Alphabet owns many subsidiaries, decentralizes management, and makes a lot of money.

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Are Trucks Making Money at PACCAR?

In fact, PACCAR made enough money to report $2.842 billion in cash and equivalents and $1.081 billion in short-term investments on 31 March 2019. Thus, PACCAR was able to accumulate $3.924 billion in cash and short-term investments without burning through large amounts of cash like Tesla.

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NVIDIA is Making Less Money is it still a Value Investment

Consequently, NVIDIA’s revenues fell from $3.207 billion in April 2018 to $2.22 billion in April 2019. Thus, NVIDIA’s revenues shrank by nearly one billion dollars in a year. Notably, Stockrow estimates NVIDIA’s revenue growth rate fell by 30.78%; or nearly one-third, in the quarter ending on 29 April 2019.

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Is Microsoft the best Value in Tech?

Microsoft is the best bargain in tech because it is making a lot of money. For instance, Microsoft reports a $20.401 billion gross profit and revenues of $30.573 billion for 2nd Quarter 2019.

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Is Nordstrom making money?

Consequently, I think Nordstrom is slowly becoming less competitive. That is dangerous because two dangerous direct retailers, Walmart (NYSE: WMT) and Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) are making blatant grabs for Nordstrom’s customers.

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