TeamViewer – A German Internet of Things Stock
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When zee Germans decided to invade Poland in 1939, it kicked off a war that nearly every country in the world participated in. At the end of World War 2, Germany took less than two decades to rebuild, and is now the largest economy in Europe. Around 90% of all shares trading on German exchanges pass through a single electronic trading system - Xetra. Today, we're going to talk about a German Internet of Things (IoT) stock that trades on Xetra - TeamViewer AG (TMV.DE).
A German Internet of Things Stock
Our recent article on The Remote Connectivity Investing Thesis talked about a lesser-known stock we uncovered that provides a play on IoT and augment...
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