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Wells Fargo surpasses JPMorgan as top U.S. bank by market value
Wells Fargo & Co., the San Francisco-based lender that doubled its size by buying Wachovia Corp. during the credit crisis, passed JPMorgan Chase & Co. to become the largest U.S. bank by stock-market v …
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AOL’s Case And IMG’s Forstmann Talk Pay, Charity and iPods
Billionaire’s Steve Case and Ted Forstmann discuss charity, pay and china with Katie Couric
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JPMorgan toppled as biggest US bank by stock market value
JPMorgan Chase has been toppled as the biggest US bank by stock market value by Wells Fargo.
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Time honor caps celebrity-making of Zuckerberg
Before 2010, Mark Zuckerberg, the 26-year-old co-founder and CEO of Facebook, was primarily known as a mysterious, sweatshirted figure, a Silicon Valley wunderkind familiar mainly to those in tech circles.
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Valuation Matters; Therefore, The Stock Market is Wrong! February 27th, 2009, By ChuckC of TheMarketsUpChuck.com Part 1 of 2 focuses on stock market valuation. Warren Buffett once lamented that For some reason, people take their cues from price action rather than from values. The dumbest reason in the world to buy a stock is because its going up. And Peter Lynch of Fidelity Magellan fame said in his New York Times bestseller One Up on Wall Street Just because you buy a stock and it goes up does not mean you are right. Just because you buy a stock and it goes down does not mean you are wrong. Both of these renowned gurus are acknowledging the undeniable fact that the stock market can often grossly over or under value a company. During the irrational exuberant period of the late 1990s the market was overpricing stocks to the extreme. Today, the stock market is undervaluing stocks to an opposite extreme. As overvaluation was the precursor to horrible long-term results, todays mirror image is the beginning of a great long-term opportunity. Valuation and earnings growth are the true determents of future return. Watch our Frat™ Videx™ for the compelling and undeniable evidence! Ultimately the owners of any company, public or private, will derive their economic reward from the cash flow the underlying business generates or earns. Therefore, determining risk and reward is truly a straightforward and simple exercise. You merely forecast the income you expect and measure it against …
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Quickie Clip from AwakenSafely… March 9 (Bloomberg) — Benjamin Graham, the father of value investing and mentor of Warren Buffett, would find most US stocks expensive even after the Standard & Poors 500 Index dropped 56 percent in 17 months. Graham measured equities against a decade of profits to smooth out distortions, a method that shows the S&P 500 trading at 13.2 times earnings, according to data compiled by Yale University Professor Robert Shiller. At the bottom of the three worst recessions since 1929, the average ratio fell below 10. To reach that level, the S&P 500 would sink another 27 percent. Article: www.bloomberg.com
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