What Does Tobin’s Q Really Mean?

As the market has climbed higher and higher, many bears have pointed to the elevated “Q ratio” as a reason for concern. But just what does the Q’s high level mean for investors today?
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Dalio’s Bridgewater Sees No Bubble Trouble

Don’t count hedge fund guru Ray Dalio’s Bridgewater Associates among the investors who think the stock market is in bubble territory.

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Just What Does The Elevated CAPE Mean?

The cyclically adjusted price/earnings ratio is quite elevated compared to historical standards. Is that bad news for stocks? Charles Schwab’s Liz Ann Sonders says it’s a complicated question.
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What Makes Buffett So Good

Just what can individual investors learn from Warren Buffett’s incredibly successful career? In a recent column, The Wall Street Journal’s Jason Zweig takes a look at that question.
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Reese On Why So Few Can Follow Lynch & Buffett’s Approaches

In an interview with Canada’s Business News Network, Validea CEO John P. Reese recently discussed how investors can profit from the strategies of history’s best money managers — and why so many fail to do so.

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Ritholtz Not Worried About Yellen Or Bubble Talk

While pundits have been throwing around the term “bubble” throughout the stock market’s climb over the past few years, Barry Ritholtz doesn’t sound concerned that we’re in one.

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Fisher: Don’t Worry About The Bull’s Age, Or Rate Hikes

Is the length of the bull market reason for concern? No way, says Kenneth Fisher.

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