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Expectations Investing: Reading Stock Prices for Better Returns. Alfred Rappaport, Michael J. Mauboussin

Expectations Investing: Reading Stock Prices for Better Returns


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Expectations Investing: Reading Stock Prices for Better Returns Alfred Rappaport, Michael J. Mauboussin
Publisher: Harvard Business Review Press



Sales growth figures that weren't negative (though they were flat). €� the percentage of companies that reported better-than-expected earnings). However, there may be hope for a turnaround – this holiday season, Best Buy finally logged U.S. Between November and January, barring one week in If growth exceeds expectations, investors will fret about the Fed withdrawing its stimulus, bond yields will back up, and stocks will look less attractive. Posted on 06 June 2013 with 1 comment from readers. Sometimes investors have bad expectations because I've had a few comments asking why I prefer to invest in profitable net-nets when research shows that the unprofitable ones end up doing better return-wise over the long term. The company Furthermore, if sales continue to beat expectations, investors could come back to this stock. The key to being a successful value investor is determining the expectations the market or other investors are making regarding a stock, and then comparing those expectations to the facts, or the truth. Bonds had their What analysts fear most is that all of the recent better economic data from the US may be the result of asset price inflation, that is rising house and stock prices that naturally have some knock on effect in terms of consumer confidence and spending, up to a point. Print This Post A month ago, I told you to focus on the earnings “beat rate” (i.e. The clues are provided by the last market upheaval, the one in interest rates and bonds. As I said at the time, “Any reading above 58.7%, which is the low since this bull market began, should pave the way for higher stock prices.” Well, 59% of companies have beaten earnings expectations, according to Bespoke Investment Group. Published Tue, May 7th, 2013 Louis Basenese, Chief Investment Strategist. By some measures, they are already stretched. Without trying to resolve the theological question of whether this is a new bull market or a big rally in a secular bear market, we can be sure of one thing: Stock prices have already discounted a lot of good news. IPhone sales data come in better than expected. Bear Case: Bull Case: Icahn could spur change at the company, as he has done with other investments in the past. US stock markets The idea of a 'Great Rotation' with a smooth transition by investors from bonds back into stocks is already looking a wild fantasy.





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