Corporate Earnings

Corporate earnings are also referred to as “company earnings” and “corporate profits:” basically, the amount of money a company makes in certain period of time. The price/earnings multiple is still the most common tool used to value a company. The stock market values a company based on the amount of money—the earnings and profits—the company has after all expenses, including taxes, have been paid. In a stock market where stocks are traded at an average of 12 times earnings, a company making $1.00 a share per year would be valued at $12.00. All things being equal, the more money a public company makes, the higher its stock price.

Interest Rates: Why the Fed Made the Wrong Move

By Friday, September 18, 2015
Interest-ratesBy deciding on Thursday not to raise interest rates, the Federal Reserve gave the world the wrong message. How I interpreted the Fed’s lack of courage to act yesterday: “After keeping interest rates at zero for seven years, and having printed trillions of dollars in new currency out of thin air, the U.S. economy is still so weak, we .

Stock Market: All Bets Off as Six-Year Trend-Line Now Broken

By Friday, September 4, 2015
Stock MarketFor the second quarter of 2015, companies in key stock indices like the S&P 500 reported a decline of 0.7% in their corporate earnings. This was the first decline in profits since the third quarter of 2012. But what was more alarming was that revenues for the S&P 500 companies plunged 3.4% in the second quarter. For two consecutive.

Stock Market: Three Reasons Why It’s About to Get a Whole Lot Worse

By Monday, August 17, 2015
Stock MarketThe downside momentum in the U.S. stock market is gaining traction. And unless the Federal Reserve does a complete about-face and launches QE4, the sell-off in stocks that started in mid-May of this year will accelerate. Today, I present three very strong arguments for lower stock prices. First, looking at the chart below, you will see.

Global Economy: Here Cometh Deflation

By Friday, August 14, 2015
global economyEarly this year, I started writing about how falling copper prices were a leading indicator of trouble in the global economy. Since then, we’ve all come to know about the economic slowdown in China. But the further collapse in copper prices over the past three months could be warning of something much bigger than just a slowdown ahead..

Stock Market Top: Three Things Investors Need to Know About It

By Friday, August 7, 2015
Stock Market: Broad Market Sell-Off Here No matter how you look at it, the U.S. stock market is a dangerous place to be right now. In the chart below of the Dow Jones Industrial Average, pay attention to the circled area. Dow Jones Industrial Average Chart Chart Courtesy of Of importance to note, the Dow Jones Industrial Average now trades well below its 50-day moving average and its 200-day .

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