Financial Times, March 16, Dean Slaughter says there would be a healthy benefit of banks becoming more transparent because it could reduce the degree of uncertainty among investors.
Most valuable on the stock markets again I guess. Apple was never anywhere near the world's most valuable in generel. Well it has the Apple logo on it. While I agree with you regarding the price premium on Apple products, their stock is remarkably "cheap" for a company with that kind of revenue and stable consumer base.
That's not even accounting for the innovation potential that Apple may hold. It seems like investors are not convinced of Apple's potential for further growth or are institutional investors maxed out on their holdings.
McDonalds is at The market is valuing those companies' growth potential as much higher than that of Apple. Investors think Alphabet has very significant room for growth. That's true, but as part of the price to earnings ratio, it means that it's already been priced into the stock price.
Anything that's based on future earnings is risk, and risk can be downside too. I'll add, more succinctly, my point. It's fine if you intend on overperforming for eternity, for the higher the ratio, the higher your chances of not meeting lofty future expectations due to literally any economic circumstance, micro or macro.
And since your stock price has already assumed these earnings that no longer exist, you're going to hit a rock, hard.
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