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PE Ratio: The Best Market Timing Tool Of All?

PE Ratio: The Best Market Timing Tool Of All?

The price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio is considered an essential valuation indicator and has been historically associated with “value investing.” Simply put, the PE ratio defines how much an investor is willing to pay for each dollar of net earnings. Formula: PE Ratio P/E Ratio of a Stock = Current Market Price of the stock / Earnings […]

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Beware The Naked Companies

Beware The Naked Companies

The markets peaked in early October, and since then something remarkable has happened. Investors have lost their drive to buy-the-dips! Instead, we’ve transitioned to sell-the-pops, and that’s not a good sign. For decades, investors typically drive stocks higher after a week of losses, treating such pullbacks as a chance to buy good companies at a discount. In the years […]

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Goldilocks Investing Is On The Wane

| August 14, 2017 | 0 Comments
Goldilocks Investing Is On The Wane

What to do About the Impending Stock Market Decline We all know the story of Goldilocks and the three bears. Once upon a time, a little girl with blonde hair named Goldilocks went for a stroll in the forest. She strolled into an empty house and sampled 3 bowls of porridge. The first bowl was […]

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