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Lenovo: The Underestimated Powerhouse

Apr. 12, 2021 9:19 AM ETLenovo Group Limited (LNVGY)AAPL, ASUUY, DELL, HPE, HPQ, LNVGF1 Comment


  • Lenovo gained more than 160% since the lows of March 2020 and more than 85% since my first coverage of the company in 2019.
  • Despite the increased valuation, shares have more room to rise even further because of Lenovo's long-term potential.
  • Current market conditions and working from home will be tailwinds for the Chinese large-cap company in 2021.
  • All in all, the PC market leader is still a buy.

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Investment thesis

As a long-term Lenovo (OTCPK:LNVGY) shareholder, it felt like riding a rollercoaster after I first bought the stock in 2014. The stock rose to $1.74 in 2015 before falling like a rock below $0.50

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Investing in European, Asian and American stocks since 2013 with focus on value, growth at reasonable price and dividend income. Portfolio performance since inception: 2013: +30.3%, 2014: +23.1%, 2015: -4.6% 2016: +12.7% 2017: +3.4%; 2018: -7.4 %; 2019: +24.6% 2020: -3.2% 2021: +87.5%Total return (2013- now): +273.4 %

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why Accounts Payable is so high in their balance sheet?
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