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:
This video will help you understand P/E, which is probably the most important valuation metric in stocks. Dimitrios Koutsoumpos gives an easy example (BT Group PLC), and highlights the essence of the formula.
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.
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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.
Stock-market media have been focusing in aquaculture, now that Nireus (NIR:ATH) & Selonda (SELO:ATH) are about to be sold to new bosses. On the contrary, small Perseus (PERS:ATH), indirectly related to the sector, by producing fish feed, is unexplored and in low valuation. Below, we will see that the company is cheap due to some factors that lead to uncertainty and risk for investors. Though, undervaluation seems to be extreme, compensating for those dangers, making Perseus an interesting alternative option in the broader industry of aquaculture.
It is a fact that greek investors are less mature compared to global investors. Τhat is reflected to the Greek Stock Market, as expected. In Greece, irrational behavior and valuations are more often and more intensely experienced, as a result of loose connection between stock prices and fundamentals. A wrong conclusion after the above, is that value investing makes no sense in Greece. I will attempt not only to break this impression, but also try to reveal the truth, which is total different than the obvious.