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TAL Education Group Has The Potential To Excel

Sep. 03, 2022 2:14 AM ETTAL Education Group (TAL)
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Alberto Abaterusso


  • China offers fertile ground for any kind of investment activity, including in the school industry with capital from Western countries as well.
  • China's central government focuses heavily on the school system to achieve the world's first gross domestic product.
  • TAL Education Group could benefit from the growth potential of the context even after regulators' measures to restrict tutoring reduced its portfolio of activities.

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Alberto holds a Master's degree in Business Economics. During his academic career he acquired an extensive managerial and economic background, with a solid quantitative basis.  He covers all sectors and the different types of stocks. Essentially describes a useful investment strategy that fits the profile of any investor, whether they are dividend investors or interested in a value proposition or growth opportunity.

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