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Fundamental Analysis

BIDU Guides above estimates, Announces split

April 29, 2010

Baidu.com (BIDU) announced solid results after the hours. The stocks is up $90 in the after hours trading. Here are details about BIDU’s earnings from briefing.com BIDU reports Q1 (Mar) earnings of $2.02 per share, $0.52 better than the Thomson Reuters consensus of $1.50; revenues rose 59.9% year/year to $189.6…

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April 29, 2010

Another Thing to Watch This YearEnd

December 30, 2009

Last 2 Trading days of year 2009! I have been writing about gold ever since 2007, then we watched Gold closed higher vs 2006. Again, we watched it closing for a new high in 2008; and closed at $880/ounce. As of this writing Gold is trading at $1,095/ounce and unless…

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December 30, 2009

Where to Invest in this Market?

October 14, 2008

So Dow’s 8,000 forecast was also realized, even though it touched that level for a short while before bouncing over thousand points. So after a historic last week in market’s “down week” history books, we had a historic up day. The records are being re-written almost daily. Volatiltiy is again…

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October 14, 2008

This is undervalued- My Perspective

September 27, 2007

(for details pls visit www.OptionPundit.net) As you might have noticed in my past few posting that I have been covering this “underlying” for a while. Today I am going to share my thoughts on this purely from “Fundamental Analysis” perspective. Note though, there are several ways to value a stocks…

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September 27, 2007

Are you prepared to see next black swan?

July 18, 2007

(for details pls visit www.OptionPundit.net) Markets are rising to new high, day after day without showing clear signs of tiredness. S&P 500, if closed above 1553, is about to create a history (Last high was March’00 when highest level it achieved was 1552.87). Dow has already done so when in…

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July 18, 2007

How to Value Stocks : Part-1

June 26, 2007

How to value stocks? This is an ever intriguing question and thousands of books have been written on this. I plan to share my approach, a 80/20 approach in a series explaining at least 3 main methods with some formulae and examples. It is as complex as one wants to…

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June 26, 2007
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