There are metrics and ratios other than the PE ratio to estimate the intrinsic value of stocks but the PE ratio is by far the most well known. Its relationship with inflation is less well known. Usually when you encounter descriptions of the PE ratio, you're presented with a run down of how to … [Read more...] about The secret of the PE ratio and inflation
The Wealth Accumulated investment strategy relies heavily on the simplest most basic stock market strategy that there has ever been. One that is actually profitable, reduces risk and does away with a casino mindset. The strategy was first brought to the public's attention in 1949 by the father … [Read more...] about The simplest most basic profitable stock market strategy you will ever know
Chances are that you may not have taken a read of the PE ratio lately or perhaps thought about its impact on the performance of your stock market portfolio. At the time of writing the PE ratio for the S&P 500 is 42 and the inflation adjusted PE ratio is 37. Both are historically high which … [Read more...] about Could your stock market portfolio become a PE victim?
The dust has hardly settled on the Archegos Capital Management debacle but it's the latest example of the risk of financial collapse due to the actions of a fund manager. Just to refresh your memory, Archegos Capital Management (ACM) was a private investment fund that became highly leveraged … [Read more...] about 3 ways to reduce the risk of financial collapse when choosing a fund manager