Posts filed under “Valuation”

SPX: Flat for the Year

Congratulations!

Your investment returns Year-to-date are = 0.00%

Be sure to thank your friendly "Fed-Model-says-stocks-are-cheap / Sub-prime-doesn’t-matter / Valuations-are-reasonable / Buybacks are great / Consumers-are-fine / Earnings-are-great / there-is-no-inflation" perma-bull for all their great advice.

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Enjoy your Thanksgiving!

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

Headline of the Day II: $1 Trillion!

Category: Commodities, Contrary Indicators, Energy, Valuation

Google: #5 US Market Cap

Category: Markets, Valuation