When I try to study the key statistics of LAVA vs SNPS, I found the followings:
LAVA ---- Market Cap = 550M Forward P/E = 20.42 Profit Margin = - 34% Return on investments = negative Total Cash = 56M Total Debts = 66M Cash Flow = N/A
SNPS ---- Market Cap = 4.1B Forward P/E = 18.26 Profit Margin = +4% Return on investments = +4% Total Cash = 679M Total Debts = nil Cash Flow = 240M
How come LAVA's share prices jumped from $8 to $14.75 in the past 8 months while SNPS only moved from $17 to $28. I only have 100 LAVA shares but 400 SNPS shares simply because I believe in the fundamentals that my investment should be safer in a company with lots of cash and no debts. Why and where have I gone wrong that you suggest 75% LAVA and 25% SNPS instead?
Now I wish I had 47 SNPS and 850 LAVA to start with instead of 100 LAVA and 400 SNPS. This is very very frustrating.