Posts filed under “Valuation”

iBanks Market Cap Tumble: $87B

Wild table via the UK Telegraph of what they call "lending banks" results have been relative to the recent sub-prime woes (as of yesterday’s close).
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Note they do not include entities like Citibank or UBS or Lehman Brothers or Lazard Freres.

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Source:
$43bn of deals pulled in a fortnight
James Quinn
UK Telegraph, 1:04am BST 03/08/2007 http://www.telegraph.co.uk/money/main.jhtml?xml=/money/2007/08/03/cndebt103.xml

Category: Investing, Markets, Valuation

Is the Bull Market Over, or Are Stocks Cheap?

Category: Financial Press, Investing, Media, Psychology, Technical Analysis, Trading, Valuation

Category: Credit, Economy, Markets, Psychology, Real Estate, Valuation

Can You Judge a Homebuilder By Its Book Value?

Category: Data Analysis, Investing, Real Estate, Short Selling, Technical Analysis, Valuation

Category: Economy, Investing, Markets, Quantitative, Valuation

Category: Economy, Investing, Markets, Quantitative, Valuation

Cheapest Stocks in Two Decades based on Flawed Fed Model

Category: Data Analysis, Earnings, Investing, Markets, Psychology, Valuation

Small or Large Cap?

Category: Markets, Valuation

Earnings Streak Snapped; How Pricey Are Stocks?

Category: Earnings, Investing, Markets, Psychology, Valuation

Countries GDP as US States

Fascinating stuff: Carl Størmer points us to this amazing map of the United States. Each state’s economic output is analogized to another country’s GDP. click for larger chart: Notable omissions: U.K., Japan, Germany, China, Russia, Italy. I cannot vouch for the precision of this, but by eyeball, it looks about right. Carl adds: “When seeing…Read More

Category: Currency, Economy, Finance, Valuation