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S&P 500: Modestly Overvalued!



S&P 500: Modestly Overvalued! After a strong price recovery in 2009, the question on every investor’s mind is what about 2010? To us, it’s always a function of valuation based on earnings. In fact, the correlation between earnings and price explains a lot about past, present and ultimately future performance. This is true for individual […]

The Dreamliner Comes True!



The Boeing 787 “Dreamliner” finally took flight with much fan fair. In anticipation, Boeing Co.’s (BA) stock has risen off of lows and currently is valued at almost 35 times earnings. Headlines can be very misleading and lead investors into overvaluation traps. Today’s video looks at Boeing based on fundamentals as well as a competitor or […]

Exxon Gets Gas



Exxon stunned Wall Street on Monday announcing a deal to buy XTO Energy. This is not just a play on natural gas. This is also a play on unconventional asset exploration. Today’s video looks at these two companies based on historical earnings. Best when viewed in full youtube screen. Both companies experienced earnings declines following energy […]

Here’s to our Health!



There is a lot going on in potential healthcare reform. The final outcome is sure to have an impact on major private health insurers. At this juncture the effects could go either way. However, the rejection of a pure public plan could be a positive for private insurers. Today’s video looks at a few major health […]

When the Price is Right



Due to the recent recession, everyone is looking for a deal. This has actually been good news for certain companies. In the long run, at least a business cycle (3-5 years), the rate of earnings growth is important. A fast growing company will command a higher valuation than a slower growing company. Today’s video looks at […]

To the Max



In the long run the relationship between earnings and market price is very correlated. In the short run, price volatility may do anything which can be unnerving. I believe buy and sell decisions are more intelligent when based on earnings rather than price. Today’s video on TJX Companies, Inc. shows how price is driven by profits. […]

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