Link to the Substack article with all the graphs and tables HERE
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Recruit Holdings (6098) might not be that famous outside of Japan, but it’s the world’s largest recruitment company. Since 2016, the company has been on a global acquisition spree and bought up globally renowned companies such as Indeed, Glassdoor and Fishbowl.
Categorizing itself as a holding company, Recruit Holdings see itself as a recruitment platform, leaving its assets relatively autonomous and self-sufficient.
The question is, has this resulted in good value for shareholders, or should value investors stay away?
I analyzed the business performance trends, stock price charts, and dividend trends to see what will happen to stock prices and dividends in the future.