Posts filed under “Digital Media”

How Expensive Are Stocks? (Not Terribly)

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Stock Valuation Measures S&P500
Source: JP Morgan

It has become commonly accepted that stocks are very expensive, overbought and perhaps even in a bubble.

JPMorgan Chase & Co.’s latest quarterly chart book (you can download it here) takes issue with those conventions.

As you can see from the chart above, U.S. equity prices closely match their long-term average price-to-earnings ratio of 15.5. That’s precisely at fair value if you are comparing it to the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index earnings-per-share average of analyst estimates for the next 12 months. Continues here

Category: Digital Media, Valuation

From Netscape to Alibaba

Source: NY Times

Category: Digital Media, IPOs, Technology

Tweets of the Week 7.5.14

Markets/Investing: 25 Worst Quarterly U.S. GDP prints and future & stock market results @ReformedBroker @JLyonsFundMgmt what happens next is that the S&P500 is up 79% of the time in the year after — marginal idea (@marginalidea) June 29, 2014 Coincidence? Valuation vs. sentiment. — Meb Faber (@MebFaber) June 30, 2014 I found…Read More

Category: Digital Media, Financial Press

Top Payers of Fines and Settlements to U.S. Authorities

Source: FT

Category: Corporate Management, Digital Media

Google Search Volume by Language

click for interactive graphic Source: AppSpot

Category: Data Analysis, Digital Media, Web/Tech

Personality Research Says Change in Major Traits Occurs Naturally

Source: WSJ

Category: Digital Media, Psychology

Tech Immigrants: A Map of Silicon Valley’s Imported Talent

Source: Businessweek

Category: Digital Media, Technology

All NSA Revelations in One Chart

Source: ProPublica

Category: Digital Media, Legal, Politics, Really, really bad calls, Technology, War/Defense

MoneyBeat: Key Events from Q2

Fun informative graphic from Paul Vigna and Steve Russolillo:   click for ginormous graphic Source: WSJ MoneyBeat  

Category: Digital Media, Markets

The Web of World Trade

Source: Euromonitor via Know More

Category: Digital Media, Economy