Many metrics can be used to value markets. Which should you trust? By Barry Ritholtz . http://www.washingtonpost.com/business/get-there/many-metrics-can-be-used-to-value-markets-which
Bloomberg's Barry Ritholtz thinks he has the answer . Bottom line: pretty good, especially in CEFs. (Apologies for duplication if someone else already posted this.)
QCOM, AAPL . Pg 28: Several bloggers at Seeking Alpha and elsewhere are mentioned – Ken Veit, Nouriel Roubini, Barry Ritholtz . Pg 31: Retiring OK senator Tom Coburn is a physician by background and he also has a degree in accounting . He
like the model propounded in this article. In fact, I would be a bit insulted to be compared to these folks, if I were morningstar. What are morningstar's views on the subject? BTW...posted in The Big Picture by Barry Ritholtz .
money supply can only grow if you spend it or lend it. Instead, it sits idle in that garage. Recently, my friend, Barry Ritholtz , did an extensive and enlightening review of those stagnant free reserves in his terrific blog – The Big Picture
bloggers including Cullen Roche of PragCap blog and Barry Ritholtz of Big Picture blog have written good summaries of the new ..... re working from a fundamentally flawed foundation. Barry Ritholtz says " All of these bias the results towards their
refining costs account for the remaining 33%. The story becomes interesting when we compare those figures to history. Barry Ritholtz discovered that early last decade, crude prices accounted for only 35% of the cost in a gallon of gas. At the peak
optimism is in a historically normal range. Small businesses point towards a lack of sales as the primary concern and as Barry Ritholtz showed, there is an unsurprisingly high correlation between the unemployment rate and the number of firms citing