Posts filed under “Valuation”

Subpar Scorecard

Its travellin’ time, as most traders are en route back from where they were for Turkey day.

For those of you left behind, here’s a nice scorecard from the (free) WSJ re: the many firms that are blaming the subprime meltdown, housing slowdown and credit
crunch for weaker-than-expected results.

Here’s the WSJ chart
of
companies that have cautioned of an impact in recent months:

Subpar

Source:
Subpar Earnings: Companies Blame Housing, Credit Problems for Weakness   
http://online.wsj.com/public/resources/documents/info-retro-subpar20070925.htm?&s=2&ps=false&a=up

Category: Credit, Derivatives, Earnings, Valuation

Read it here 1st: Profits Flip Negative for Q3

Category: Data Analysis, Earnings, Valuation

SPX: Flat for the Year

Category: Investing, Markets, Psychology, Valuation

S&P 500 Profit Flips Negative for Q3

Category: Corporate Management, Data Analysis, Earnings, Investing, Valuation

Fannie Mae Looks Like Hell

Fannie Mae’s fuzzy math: Fortune magazine reported that the lender changed the way it discloses bad loans, which could be masking rising credit losses. “Investors might want to take a closer look at Fannie Mae’s latest earnings report. Lost in the unsurprising news of the mortgage lender’s heavy losses was a critical change in the…Read More

Category: Corporate Management, Credit, Derivatives, Short Selling, Valuation

Shipping to Lattes: The Problem of Higher Prices

Category: Consumer Spending, Earnings, Economy, Valuation

FASB 157 — Delayed, or Not?

Category: Corporate Management, Earnings, Valuation

Financials: Worse than they look?

Category: Corporate Management, Credit, Derivatives, Earnings, Psychology, Real Estate, Valuation

When Does GM Get Kicked Out of the DJIA?

Category: Corporate Management, Economy, Financial Press, Markets, Valuation

S&P500 ex-Risk ?

Category: Corporate Management, Data Analysis, Derivatives, Earnings, Mathematics, Valuation