In this video, Dimitrios Koutsoubos presents 8 Cases that P/E Fails, including explanation and examples. P/E is probably the most important valuation metric on how cheap a stock is. Watching the previous video first will help you comprehend P/E, so you can better understand this video:
Recently, I uploaded two new articles on Seeking Alpha. In the first one, I updated my “short” thoughts on AMD. In the second one, I wrote about the coronavirus situation and how it is connected to the stock market in four steps. The AMD article is only available to Seeking Alpha Pro users, but the article about the coronavirus is still open. Read it before it gets locked.
In this single article you will find the 5 best investing books, very carefully selected: (1)The one to start with, (2) the “bible” of investing, (3) the most inspiring story, (4) the most practical, (5) the mind-changing one, if you are already advanced.
[Read the article below or watch the video above. Find the links for the books in the article] Read More
As the saying goes, “make me a prophet and I will make you rich”. It reveals the great importance of a prophecy, but deeply implies that very few are the things that we can predict with accuracy and certainty. So, why can’t we focus on those that we can predict with relative certainty? The easiest way to become a successful prophet is not to define time. Read More
From time to time, I have presented investing ideas that have proven to be extremely successful. In addition, my personal portfolio has significantly outperformed the Greek market, as the newsletter subscribers better know. So, the story of FF Group (ATH:FFGRP) with the Chinese accounting fraud and the collapse of the stock looks like a dark spot. However, this is an opportunity for highlighting the fact that even a good investing course is not without mistakes or failures. Conversely, failures are gifts and elements for the long-term success and progress.
Dear Investorblog’s friends, I received the above message from a student. Like in similar cases, I prefer to answer in public, so that more of you can reach these thoughts, and for the opportunity of discussion.
We have given a homework about Greek stocks and we would like you to tell us 5-6 that an intelligent investor would choose and why. “Why” is more important for us. Thank you in advance.
In Athinon Avenue—where Athens Stock Exchange is located—, prices have gone up this year, bringing even the small and micro cap stocks higher. Thus, finding profit making and growth firms in low prices has become difficult now, despite intense research. Only very few, abandoned by investors and little known stocks, meet those criteria. Occasionally, this happens when the growth of such stocks lack the growth of their fundamental figures, as retail investors do not recheck and evaluate. Karatzis SA (KARTZ), seems to be one of them. Read More