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90% Of Stock Buybacks Set Money On Fire

They Only Make Sense When Shares Are Undervalued

When I saw Kareem Kudus’ article last night, I couldn’t wait to write a followup to it. Share buybacks are something that I thought about a lot in the past. But in today’s tech dominated market, besides Apple, you don’t hear much about buybacks anymore.




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Tony Yiu

Tony Yiu

Data scientist. Founder Alpha Beta Blog. Doing my best to explain the complex in plain English. Support my writing:

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