Goran Damchevski

Goran Damchevski

Goran is a writer and editor at Simply Wall St with over 3 years of research and analytics experience in finance and markets. He holds a Bachelor degree in Psychology from the University of Ljubljana. He is constantly learning about behavioral finance, investing, valuation, economics and practical philosophies.

He is a stoic, who focuses on self-discipline and industriousness. Outside of investing, he loves cooking and nature.

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The Possible Reason why Teva (NYSE:TEVA) is Still Trading Below Intrinsic Value

Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Limited (NYSE:TEVA) seems to be undervalued on a fundamental basis. However, sometimes stocks are trading below intrinsic value because there are factors external to the current money making capacity of the company. We will examine what can be the cause and the extent of the risk for investing in Teva. We will start our analysis with the balance sheet and long term debt.

Here is where ChargePoint (NYSE:CHPT) is Expanding and How Long it can Sustain Expenses

We will take a quick overview of the current performance of the company, and a deeper dive into the capacity of ChargePoint to finance growth projects, which should yield cash flows for investors. Always keep in mind the end-game when looking at a business, it is their ability to generate cash flows to investors (and lenders), not revenues, not even net income (statutory profits).

The Cycling of Roku (NASDAQ:ROKU) between Institutions may Create Opportunity for Retail Investors

Roku, Inc. (NASDAQ:ROKU) is a US$42b Market Cap stock, whose business model is TV streaming with ads. In the last year, Roku shares have netted a return of 88% to shareholders. The stock has been cycled multiple times by large funds and trading is still quite active. Investors will get a better sense of how the stock might progress if they know who is behind the buying and selling.

These Fundamentals Suggest that Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) Investors might be Overpaying on the Stock

What trends should we look for if we want to identify stocks that create value over the long term? We'd want to identify a growing return on capital employed (ROCE), an ever-increasing base of capital employed, and finally a cost of capital lower than the return. This shows us that the company is continually reinvesting its earnings back into the business and generates higher returns. So, here is what we found when we looked at the ROCE trend of Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT).

Here is how Etsy's (NASDAQ:ETSY) Growth Strategy Creates Value for Investors

Long term investing can be life changing when you buy and hold the truly great businesses. And we've seen some truly amazing gains over the years. For example, the Etsy, Inc. (NASDAQ:ETSY) share price is up a whopping 327% since 2019, a handsome return for long term holders. It is clear that this is a combination of a great business model and the online shopping catalyst. In this article, we are going to examine the growth potential of Etsy and how can that impact the stock.

Here is How General Motors (NYSE:GM) can Benefit from the New Proposed Tax Credits for EVs

U.S. Democrats proposed an EV tax credit boost for union-made domestically assembled vehicles. Reuters reported that The House Ways and Means Committee will vote Tuesday on the proposal. The intervention is part of a proposed US$3.5t infrastructure bill. The main players impacted by the proposed bill are General Motors ( NYSE:GM ) and Tesla ( NASDAQ:TSLA ). In this article, we will look Focus on GM's fundamentals and get a better feeling as to what might the change mean for the company.

Autodesk (NASDAQ:ADSK) is Making Stable Profits, and Even More Cash Flows

Autodesk, Inc. (NASDAQ:ADSK) shareholders have seen the share price descend 13% over the month. But over five years, returns have been remarkably great. In that time, the share price has soared some 321% higher! What we are going to analyze is whether the business can improve itself sustainably, thus justifying a higher price. We are going to review the fundamentals and see what can they tell us on the company's valuation.