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Wall Streets Latest Dirty Little Secret – The Fix Is In

by Mitch Feierstein about 7 years 1 month ago

At yet another select committee recently – they’ve been doing a good job – Vince Cable was grilled about the huge leap in the Royal Mail’s stock market value. As you’ll remember, the firm was floated at 330p a share and traded as high as 600p in November, a rise of 82% in a few […]

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Has nothing changed? Why the Facebook IPO proves you can never trust a bank

by Mitch Feierstein about 10 years 2 months ago

About four weeks ago, I wrote on my blog that Facebook was heading for a ridiculous valuation when it was launched on the stockmarket. That wasn’t because I think it’s a bad company – pretty clearly a company that makes a billion dollars in profits after only a few years of life is a remarkable […]

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Farcebook: A Stratospheric Valuation

by Mitch Feierstein about 10 years 3 months ago

      Facebook is a phenomenal company. Mark Zuckerberg is a remarkable man and an astonishing entrepreneur. He’s created something sensational — something genuinely world-changing — and he’s young enough to be my son. But Facebook the company is one thing. The mooted valuation of Facebook is quite another. I admire the first, and […]

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