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Do Earnings No Longer Matter – Again?

Back in 1998 and 1999, when warnings were widespread that the market was extremely overvalued, that the Price/Earnings ratio was much higher than at any previous market peak, Wall Street kept the party going by declaring that earnings no longer mattered, particularly for the tech sector and dotcoms.   read on...


 
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