Good day everyone,
The big news for our group this week is the NASDAQ crossing 14,000. Six months ago, the NASDAQ was at 10,968 and has climbed 28% to get to 14,000 in a relatively short period of time.
While the increases in the stock market indices is a great event, underscoring faith in the economy and the markets, it can create a conundrum for investors and maybe you’ve experienced it. The stocks you follow seem like they are at their peak value. The methods or metrics you normally apply to a company’s investment potential have slowly changed.
Perhaps you liked and followed a company because they had an attractive P/E ratio. Now, they may have the same earnings, but the P/E ratio has changed as the companies share price went up as part of the market indices momentum.
Even Apple, one of the greatest companies ever built, is trading at 36.90X earnings and 7.50X revenues. Those are still some respectable ratios but may not really represent value to a lot of investors. The intrinsic value in the company shares is faith that it will continue to grow both revenue and earnings while continuing to innovate.
The average P/E for the S&P 500 has historically ranged from 13 to 15. A higher P/E could mean that a stock’s price is high relative to earnings and possibly overvalued but it can also mean investors are anticipating higher earnings in the future.
And sometimes, a company has no earnings yet, but has created interest in its shares due to product or technology potential not yet built into their share price. When we come across such companies, regardless of whether they are NASDAQ, NYSE, or OTC, we will report them to you.
There are many small cap stocks with the same attributes as Apple. Innovators with financial metrics that aren’t indicating oversold shares but show future potential. We remain dedicated to searching out companies like that with innovative and disruptive technologies, or rapid growth scenarios.
We’ve been looking deeply into a few companies that seem oversold or are under investors radar. We are ready to report to you on one of them tomorrow 2-11-21 at market open.
Stay tuned and stay informed.
The Traders News Group
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