Tag Archives: Valuation

Stocks Get Vertical & Vertigo

This is some chart.  Even if you assume a structural shift in valuations began when the Fed started backstopping markets after the 1987 crash, that puts the average valuation of the Wilshire Market Cap to GDP at 92.58 percent.   That’s … Continue reading

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Ten Year Expected Returns

Ten Year Expected Returns. Nominal returns expected for the next decade, based on valuations model, see best opportunities in the depressed $EEM stock space with an 8% return.$SPY stocks are priced at 2.6% for the next 10 years while $EFA … Continue reading

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Even at $700, Apple is not a bubble — Felix TV

Good job,  Felix!  He gets it and provides  a really cool graphic to prove it. …This is the way sensible markets work.  You start with high [PE] ratios with a low valuation and you move up to low ratios with … Continue reading

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Apple Joins 700 Club in AH, Still Cheap?

Apple closed at another all-time high just shy of $700.  It’s trading at $701 in after hours, however.   It’s been awhile since we’ve run our stock valuation sensitivity analysis and thought Apple’s  initiation into the 700 Club was as good … Continue reading

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Apple Valuation and Sensitivity Analysis

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