The Worst Quarter Ever

The earning season is drawing to an end. But even before it began, we already knew that a lot of companies were in big trouble. Their dividends told us. Historically, far more companies have raised their dividends as opposed to cutting or suspending them. But in the...

Why I’m Afraid of Bullish PEGs

The PEG ratio compares a stock’s price (as measured by the price-to-earnings ratio or P/E) with its earnings growth. When used correctly, PEG can help you find great companies. But I suspect that these days it’s misused more often than not. P/E is one of several...
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