Source: The Reformed Broker

Category: Earnings, Markets

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3 Responses to “Earnings Disappointments vs Stock prices”

  1. Iamthe50percent says:

    Off the top of my head it looks like the WSJ is always wrong. Given that their editorials show that they don’t understand a modern economy and their neanderthal politics, it’s not surprising. I wonder if I can use that as a bellwhether? Just do the opposite of what the WSJ recommends.

  2. maynardGkeynes says:

    Sorry, I fail to see the point of this chart. It hardly speaks for itself. Would someone at Big Picture pls explain the point? What? — that regardless of the news, stocks still go up? That it’s easy to be snide about mainstream media? I don’t find the sentiment uplifting.

  3. MonkeyBrains says:

    Question: “how much of the last 18 month’s gains are attributable to earnings expansion vs multiple expansion?”. Mmm… bubblicious!