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Appeal of protective derivatives has waned amid repositioning of portfolios
More adjusted ebitda shenanigans in US IPO land.
The famed investor gives his thoughts on a market that’s lost its marbles.
Losses in September nearly dragged the S&P 500 into the red for the period
Many believe they examine assumptions of future cash flows in their decisions, but few do so rigorously and explicitly
Research suggests index funds have insulated US equities from threat of a sustained bear market
UK equities are still below the level at the turn of the millennium
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Slower growth, but solid growth
Euphoria is fading as profit growth plateaus
Apple, Alphabet, Facebook and Amazon are now worth more than the entire Topix constituents
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But some investors worry that market already reflects high levels of optimism
Companies are beating expectations in record numbers but stellar results have not translated into big share price gains
Growth, growth baby.
It’s not just ‘IHT fever’ that’s powering the UK’s Alternative Investment Market
Markets power back after Monday’s losses as investors cheer strong earnings season
Massive concentration of trading around rebalancing prompts rethink
Equities are churning and borrowing costs for corporations are tumbling
Pace of flows, if sustained through 2021, will surpass past two decades combined
Research suggests market cap-weighted indices have a tendency buy high and sell low
Fear edges ahead of greed as fund managers snap up insurance against market shocks