value investment

S&T AG – Real Option Smart Energy

Disclaimer: This is not an investment advice, please do your own research and don’t follow anyone blindly. Furthermore, it has to be mentioned that the author and related parties are long-term shareholders of S&T AG for many years and thus participate if the share price increases. Additionally, the author and related parties may sell their […]

Hargreaves Services Plc. Hidden Asset valuation

Today we would like to provide further insides into our hidden Asset valuation of Hargreaves Services plc, where a friend of us, Daniel Gilcher helped us.   According to the annual report of 2014 the book value of land assets are carried at cost: 8,418m GBP. The problem is, that we don’t have a lot […]

Vitec Software Group AB: Our best bet?

Intro     Today, we want to introduce a company we found trough a stock screening process and which we found very interesting: The Vitec Software Group AB (STO:VIT-B) is a Swedish software designer specialized in comprehensive property and energy management systems for buildings, forecasting for energy companies (electricity, district heating and wind power), management systems […]

Update: Banque Privee Edmond de Rothschild

Recently BPER announced a change in the CEO position of the Group and the CHF jumped after the Swiss National Bank abandoned the CHF/EUR exchange rate of 1,20. Ariane de Rothschild will replace Christoph de Backer, which served BPER for three years, on the 31.01.2015. You can read the full press statement here. You can […]

Delticom Part 2: The Valuation of Growth

In the first part of our analysis we explained the business model of Delticom; now we would like to give you and inside in its valuation. But before we begin with the number crunching we would like to start with a short summary of the key takeaways of our first part: Some other Value-Investors think that […]

Delticom AG – Value Investment or Value Trap? Part 1

In our today’s report we feature an idea which was already mentioned many times by other value investors. However, our outcome is different in one point which leads to a completely different picture. Here you can find the analysis of Profitlich&Schmidlin and from others (We have to add that these two funds share one platform). We […]

Jungheinrich Group, a family owned company on their way to growth

Today we have a look at the German company Jungheinrich. This report was accomplished with the help of my good friend Benedikt Balthasar, who is studying Math and is currently in his last Master semester at the TU Berlin. Furthermore we would like to excuse our long absence period, this is due to the mentioned […]

Banque Privée Edmond de Rothschild

Intro The overall banking business model is simple. Banks receive money from clients which are depositors and the capital markets and lend to other clients which are borrowers, therefore banks make a profit from the interest spread. If a bank borrows money from a depositor at 4 percent and lends it out at 6 percent, […]

Vetropack – Summary

This will be the final summary of our Vetropack series. Here are links to the first two parts: http://frenzel-herzing.com/investment-analysis-vetropack-holding/ http://frenzel-herzing.com/vetropack-analysis-part-2/   We want to start by giving you the most recent numbers (http://www.vetropack.com/htm/presse_detail_3.htm?id=159). The revenue growth was in line with our expectations, just as the decrease in EBIT matched our prediction quite closely. As we […]

Quick Book Review & Quotes: „Art of Value Investing“

The book: “ The Art of Investing – How the wold’s best Investors beat the market“ written by John Heins and Whitney Tilson, who also publish the Valueinvestorinsight, is a collection of value investing quotes by more or less famous investors. Overall, the book is well written and easy to read, but the price of […]