My second Seeking Alpha article is up, and again it’s about the Nordic markets. In total, the following companies have been analyzed:Vestas, Castellum, Kopparbergs, Novo Nordisk, ABB, Atlas Copco, Yara, Kongsberg Gruppen, Gjensidige, Norsk Hydro, Marine Harvest, Atea, Pandora, Kinnevik, Kone, Huhtamaki, Nordea, Tomra, Wärtsilä, and Statoil.
You will find the link to the article at the bottom of this post.
Right now, I’m writing the third article. This time, we ill take a look at each company from a financial perspective. Meaning, I’m going to create spreadsheets and look at earnings, earnings growth, and solvency, Capex. Even more, I’ll add estimates from 2018 and 2019. This is how my spreadsheets look like.
Excerpt from the article:
“In my previous article ” 10 Nordic Companies Worth Knowing About.” I showed you my perception of 10 companies which I find to be of high quality and worth mentioning to international investors. Naturally, some potential candidates had to be neglected in order to write the first article, so this post will try to make up for that. I’m happy to say that I’ve been able to find another 10 companies where each company either have had or still has a strong position in the Nordic markets.”
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