Unprecedented 4Q Loss For S&P 500 Companies, S&P 500 Companies Lost $10.34 a Share in 4Q, Nearly 150 Companies Increased Earnings in the 4Q;

First loss since 1936

Bloomberg, February 17, 2009

Category: Earnings, Markets, Valuation, Video

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One Response to “S&P 500′s 1st Quarterly Loss Ever”

  1. John Borchers says:

    Just bought GE.

    Think how many times in a lifetime you get the chance to buy stocks in a severe depression / recession?

    Normally, only once.