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Culture Bourse by Tulipe Q14

par Tulipe » 13 Jan 2014 10:54

"Dans quel secteur/industrie est l'action qui a donné le meilleur return sur les 20 dernieres années sur le marché US ?"

Question suggerer par Gery , elle vaut 10 points.

Re: Culture Bourse by Tulipe Q14

par Greg31600 » 13 Jan 2014 10:59

Salut

:arrow: j'ai mal lu j'édite ;) Secteur Agro-alimentaire ?

Re: Culture Bourse by Tulipe Q14

par Tulipe » 13 Jan 2014 11:05

Greg31600 a écrit:Salut

:arrow: j'ai mal lu j'édite ;) Secteur Agro-alimentaire ?


non ;)

Re: Culture Bourse by Tulipe Q14

par Rogue » 13 Jan 2014 11:06

Le biotech ?

Re: Culture Bourse by Tulipe Q14

par Tioneb » 13 Jan 2014 11:10

Informatique / Technologique ?

Re: Culture Bourse by Tulipe Q14

par Tulipe » 13 Jan 2014 11:14

Rogue K. a écrit:Le biotech ?


Bravo Rogue , c'est bon.

Biogen , BIIB , 29 000 %

c'est du 33% annualisé...

Re: Culture Bourse by Tulipe Q14

par Rogue » 13 Jan 2014 11:17

Tulipe a écrit:
Rogue K. a écrit:Le biotech ?


Bravo Rogue , c'est bon.

Biogen , BIIB , 29 000 %

c'est du 33% annualisé...

Yessssssssssss !

J'ai cherché un secteur qui n'aurait pas souffert de la dernière crise et du 11 septembre et dont l'espérance de gain dépasserait l'internet...

Je crois qu'Apple est assez bien placé aussi non ?

Tu aurais une liste avec le Top 10 par exemple ?

Re: Culture Bourse by Tulipe Q14

par Tulipe » 13 Jan 2014 11:30

Voici la liste tirer d'un site qui je le crois publie des brokers interdits , donc silence.

A noter que cette liste date de 2012 et que au 13/01/2014 c'est bien Biogen qui arrive premiere apres son parcours de 2013 :D

Meme si elle doit etre mise a jour , ca donne une bonne idee des 10 top performers ;)



1. Kansas City Southern (NYSE:KSU): Engages primarily in the freight rail transportation business. Market cap of $7.85B. Total return since April 1992: 19,030%. Originally, this company was part of an awkward conglomerate with money-management firm Janus Capital Group. It was considered less valuable and spun-off. "Back then, Kansas City Southern's profit margins were lower than the railroad industry average, but its tracks run into Mexico, so it's benefitted from NAFTA-fueled cross-border trade. Profit margins are now closer to industry norms." Current price (as of 3/13) at $71.38.

2. Middleby Corp. (Nasdaq:MIDD): Designs, manufactures, markets, distributes, and services a line of cooking equipment and related products, primarily in the U. Market cap of $1.86B. Total return since April 1992: 14,330%. "It's the most innovative company in the [cooking equipment manufacturer's industry," says Anton Brenner, an equity analyst with Roth Capital Partners, LLC. "They regularly add new labor-saving features to their equipment." Current price (as of 3/13) at $99.42.

3. II-VI Inc. (Nasdaq:IIVI): Develops, manufactures, and markets high-technology materials and derivative precision components and products worldwide. Market cap of $1.49B. Total return since April 1992: 10,423%. "'Two-Six' primarily sells components for lasers called 'optics.' Optics are like razor blades -- a key part of the overall equipment that regularly needs to be replaced," says Mark Douglass, a senior equity analyst with Longbow Research. The use of lasers in industrial manufacturing has grown multiple times faster than GDP since the 1990s, so 'they were basically riding the wave.'" Current price (as of 3/13) at $23.79.

4. EMC Corporation (NYSE:EMC): Develops, delivers, and supports the information and virtual infrastructure technologies and solutions. Market cap of $60.81B. Total return since April 1992: 9,624%. "Another tech firm that fell hard after the dot-com bust, EMC Corporation's shares were actually worth more than three times their current price of $28 in 2000. But this data-storage firm has been able to maintain a strong competitive position in a rapidly changing industry." Current price (as of 3/13) at $29.62.

5. QUALCOMM Incorporated (Nasdaq:QCOM): Engages in the development, design, manufacture, and marketing of digital wireless telecommunications products and services. Market cap of $109.69B. Total return since April 1992: 9,232%. "The company developed a technology called "code division multiple access," or CDMA, a key part of wireless networks. The many patents it holds on this technology allow it to collect royalties from almost every mobile handset maker." Current price (as of 3/13) at $64.85.

6. Oracle Corporation (Nasdaq:ORCL): Develops, manufactures, markets, distributes, and services database and middleware software, applications software, and hardware systems worldwide. Market cap of $151.43B. Total return since April 1992: 8,571%. "The company's stock actually peaked in 2000, rising to about $45 a share. It's recovered steadily since the dot-com bust, but at nearly $30 a share, it's still not all the way back." Current price (as of 3/13) at $30.13.

7. Diodes Incorporated (Nasdaq:DIOD): And its subsidiaries make and distribute standard semiconductor products to manufacturers in the consumer electronic, computer, communications, industrial, and automotive markets. Market cap of $1.10B. Total return since April 1992: 8,601%. The company's "revenues come from discreet components -- tiny, cheap chips that regulate the flow of power within an electronic device and are essentially the simplest kind of semiconductor there is," says Gary Mobley, a senior analyst with the Benchmark Company. Current price (as of 3/13) at $24.17.

8. ( 1ere au 13/01/14) Biogen Idec Inc. (Nasdaq:BIIB): Develops, manufactures, and markets therapeutics in the areas of neurology, immunology, hemophilia, and oncology in the United States and internationally. Market cap of $29.17B. Total return since April 1992: 6,334%. A "recent run-up in the shares is largely due to unexpectedly good clinical data on a new pill for MS", Piper Jaffray's Somaiya says. "It was one of those rare events in biotech where you just are utterly surprised with the benefit of a drug." Current price (as of 3/13) at $122.18.

9. Celgene Corporation (Nasdaq:CELG): Develops, and commercializes various therapies to treat cancer and immune-inflammatory related diseases. Market cap of $33.41B. Total return since April 1992: 6,244%. "The company has given investors exactly what they want from a biotech firm over the years," says Ian Somaiya, a biotech analyst at Piper Jaffray: "A stable earnings stream, defensible franchises, and visibility into long term growth." Current price (as of 3/13) at $76.14.

10. Astronics Corporation (Nasdaq:ATRO): Designs and manufactures products for the aerospace and defense industries worldwide. Market cap of $422.22M. Total return since April 1992: 6,004%. "Its stock price actually peaked in 2007, at nearly $50 a share; it's worth a little under $33 a share today." Current price (as of 3/13) at $34.16.

Re: Culture Bourse by Tulipe Q14

par Rogue » 13 Jan 2014 11:57

Merci Tulipe ! 8-)

Kansas City Southern... dingue ça.

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