US-Listed Companies

Johnson & Johnson – What You Need to Know

US-listed Johnson & Johnson (NYSE:JNJ) should not be unfamiliar to you – many of us will probably remember the company for its namesake brand of baby powders. In case you’re wondering, the company produces more than just baby powders – you can read about a range of products produced by the company, along with businesses the company is involved in, on top of my review of its historical financial performance, debt profile, and dividend payouts over the last 7 financial years, as well as whether its current share price is considered to be ‘cheap’ or ‘expensive’…

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46 US-Listed Companies in my Watchlist Trading at a ‘Discount’ Currently

Events this year (such as Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, deteriorating geopolitical tensions between China and US, sky-high inflation levels and subsequently, hawkish interest rate hikes by Fed) have sent markets tumbling from their highs recorded last year – at the time of writing, 46 US-listed companies in my watchlist are currently trading at ‘discounted’ prices. So, for those who are looking for ‘discounted’ US companies to invest your money, you can start by studying these companies…

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General Mills vs. Kellogg Company – Which is a Better Buy?

Following my share of historical performances of the 2 fast moving consumer goods companies (in General Mills, which is the producer of Haagan-Daz ice-cream, and Kellogg Company, which is the producer of Pringles potato chips) in my previous posts, I have received questions from my readers asking me if they had to choose 1 out of the 2, which one will it be. With that in mind, I’ve decided to do a comparison post to put their historical performances side-by-side to find out which is a better performer. On top of that, you’ll also learn which is the ‘cheaper’ of the 2 companies currently (based on their current valuations…)

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Kellogg Company (NYSE:K) – Is the Company Worthy of a Place in Your Investment Portfolio?

Kellogg Company (NYSE:K) is in the business of manufacturing and marketing food products (some of the company’s products you can find in Singapore include Kellogg’s cereals, and Pringles potato chips.) In this post, I attempt to answer the question on whether or not the company is worthy of a place in your investment portfolio by looking at its historical financial performance, debt profile, and dividend payout over the last 7 financial years, as well as whether or not the company’s current traded price is considered to be ‘cheap’ or ‘expensive’…

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What You Need to Know about General Mills Inc. (NYSE:GIS)

General Mills (NYSE:GIS) is one of the leading global manufacturer and marketer of branded consumer goods (some of the product names you can find in the Singapore supermarket shelves include Betty Crocker, Cheerios, Haagen-Dazs, Nature Valley, and Old El Paso.) In this post, you’ll find my analysis about the company, such as its financial performance, debt profile, and dividend payout over the last 8-years (between FY2014/15 and FY2021/22), along with whether or not the company is considered ‘cheap’ or ‘expensive’ at this point in time…

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Alphabet Inc. vs. Microsoft Corporation – Which is a Better Buy?

Alphabet Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL), as well as Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) are 2 of the biggest tech companies listed in the NASDAQ stock exchange we are no strangers to. Both in my personal opinion are very good companies to be had in one’s portfolio. However, if you only like to invest in only one of them, which one will it be? In this post, you’ll find both companies’ performances (in terms of its financial and cash flow performance, as well as its dividend payout) over a 5-year period, along with their current valuations (based on their current traded price) to find out which is the ‘cheaper’ among the 2…

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Does Crocs Inc. Make a Good Investment?

The US-listed company Crocs Inc. (NASDAQ:CROX) probably needs no further introduction – they are the makers of the iconic clog silhouette, with its catalogue of products sold in more than 90 countries. Question – does this company make a good addition to one’s long-term investment portfolio? I seek to answer this question by looking at its financial performance and debt profile recorded in the previous years, as well as in the current year so far, all of which you will read about in today’s post about the NASDAQ-listed company, along with my personal thoughts…

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SEA Limited (NYSE:SE) – What You Need to Know about this Singapore-Born Company

Even though SEA Limited (NYSE:SE) is listed in the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), but the company is born and bred in Singapore. And in case you’re not already aware, its co-founder, Mr Forrest Li, is currently the richest person in Singapore. In this post, you’ll learn about the company’s businesses, historical and current year financial performance and debt profile, as well as my outlook for the company ahead…

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What You Need to Know about World Wrestling Entertainment Inc. (NYSE:WWE)

World Wrestling Entertainment Inc., or WWE (NYSE:WWE) is currently one of the most popular brands in the global entertainment industry, which they have been in for over 4 decades. In today’s post, you will read about the company’s business operations (and how it generates its revenue), its financial performance, debt profile, and dividend payout over the last 6 years (between FY2015 and FY2020), its current year performance so far (compared against the same time period last year), along with my outlook for the company ahead…

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Beyond Meat Inc. – The Essentials about the NASDAQ-listed Company You Need to Know

Beyond Meat Inc. (NASDAQ:BYND) is in the business of producing plant-based meat products (beef, pork, and poultry). Currently, its catalogue of products can be found in 122,000 retail and F&B outlets in more than 80 countries worldwide. In today’s post about the NASDAQ-listed company, you will learn more about the company’s businesses (along with more details about the catalogue of products it produces), its financial performance, debt profile, and my outlook for its businesses ahead…

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