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  • creoqueno commented on Chuck Carnevale's article 23 hr ago
    What Will Happen to the Stock Market When Interest Rates Rise? Part 1
    Introduction Interest rates have been in a freefall for the better part of the past two decades. Moreover, the yield on the 10-year U.S. Treasury,...
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    creoqueno 07-22 04:37
    • Since 2000 earnings has escalated. So maybe it's the raise in earnings that has driven down PE:s?This could be explained by creditbooms and a constant hunt for margin improvements (abnormal macrofactors)? when mesuring PE you should use aggregate numbers that is total market value/total earnings and not eps. Buy-backs does not affect the profit in companies.




  • Grahamites commented on Grahamites's article 07-21 21:30
    The Other Side of the Big Short
    There have been a lot of discussions since the book “The Big Short” was published and the subsequent production of the eponymous movie. I...
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    Grahamites 07-21 22:30
    • Jean-Francois Nobert - Thanks for commenting and for a great quote. You know it's interesting that short sellers tend to have different personality types than let's call the old school long-only value investors. I'd be curious to see their MBTI types. I think the idea of shorting is very counterintuitive and probably even esoteric to most people. It's very easy to make an extreme and general hostile comments against them. Look at the some of the ridiculous but wildly popular claims the presumptive republican nominee and the unsuccessful democratic candidate made during this presidential campaign, taking advantage of the ignorance and the lack of then what so what thinking of the public in general.....
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