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I don't actively follow most of my investments as I'm not adding money to them actively. I do, however, follow actively what different companies are doing while trying to find great companies trading at a good value point.

Some companies I follow actively. These are mainly turnaround/special situation companies (eg. Nokia), companies facing some difficulties (read: chinese small-cap) or otherwise very interesting companies to follow (Berkshire Hathaway, Tesla Motors, Netflix).

I like to keep myself updated on companies form time to time. Quarterly results presentations and annual reports are a good information source for that. I also like Fool forums, including this GG Forum.

Ps. I think Tesla and Netflix are very good 'global' stocks. Both have a lot of markets to expand to.
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